How Coaches Make “Playing Time” Harder than It Should Be

We don’t want to be “that parent”—you know, the crazy sports parent who yells at referees, lectures their kid on the car ride home, and sends texts to the coach complaining about their child’s lack of playing time. We’re not living vicariously through our children....

The Secret to Performance Few People Talk About

In 1993, running coach Joe Vigil set off on a quest. Vigil had been the track coach at Adams State University from 1965-1993, where he won 19 national championships in track and field, and cross-country. But American long-distance runners were in the midst of a long...