Youth Sports Blog

The problems surrounding youth sports and strategies for coaches, parents and administrators to develop youth athletes into well-mannered and physically literate adults. A child should never quit a sport he or she loves because it simply is no longer fun

It’s amazing what you can accomplish …

By Glen Mulcahy

      “It’s amazing what you can accomplish when no one cares who gets the credit.” Made popular by Harry S. Truman  (US President 1945-1953 / John Wooden UCLA Basketball Coach) As today whom I believe is the greatest […]

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Play Like A Champion Today

By Glen Mulcahy

  I have been a fan of Notre Dame football since the glory days when they were coached by Lou Holtz and had many seasons of greatness and winning bowl games.  For many year’s thereafter they struggled to re-build their […]

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How to develop creative players

By Glen Mulcahy

As the Hockey Clinic season has started I have reinforced the importance with new coaches the importance in developing creativity with their young athletes. Below is a poster board of the 10 ways to develop creative youth players that we […]

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Why Kid’s Play Sports

By Glen Mulcahy

Why Kids Play Sports2   Quote for our upcoming newsletter is one that I share in every clinic or talk I do, “Kid’s play sports because it’s fun and quit when it no longer is … it’s not rocket science.” […]

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10 Coaching Commitments – USA Hockey

By Glen Mulcahy

10 Coaching Commitments Earlier this month USA Hockey announced the 10 coaching commitments they are going to be asking from all their coaches for the upcoming season and beyond. Why? Because the want to not only help players become the […]

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“Sport has the power to change the world” – Nelson Mandela

By Glen Mulcahy

    “Sport has the power to change the world” – Nelson Mandela In preparation for talks will be doing this coming weekend for Coach New Brunswick’s Coaching Beyond Conference to wrap up National Coaches Week in Canada, I plan […]

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Hidden Figures

By Glen Mulcahy

    I started a tradition with our family many years back as I was traveling extensively in my role of manufacturer’s agent for many companies I represented (my day job that permitted me the flexibility to coach early mornings, […]

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Thank You Hockey

By Glen Mulcahy

    I recently did talks for Stettler Minor Hockey Association on behalf of Changing the Game Project and am working on some follow-up resources to provide to parents and coaches that attended. I came across this recent article where […]

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