Install 4: Head Coaching Roles

Check out our Patreon Exclusive Content on Head Coaching Roles. The Patreon content is for $5.00/month and this month’s install includes practice plans, off-season program plans, and more!

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https://ironmanfootballblog.com/2016/04/19/head-coach-roles-coaching-your-assistant-coaches/

https://ironmanfootballblog.com/2016/07/29/head-coaching-roles-safety-and-culture/

https://ironmanfootballblog.com/2016/07/29/head-coaching-roles-plan-implement/

https://ironmanfootballblog.com/2016/07/29/coachspeak-episode-8-coaching-roles/

 

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Head Coach Roles: Coaching Your Assistant Coaches

This is part of a series on head coaching roles. Coaching your assistant coaches is an extremely important role as a head coach. Your assistants need to be an extension of you and cannot if you don’t guide them there.

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Coachspeak Episode 8 Coaching Roles

Listen to Coachspeak episode 8 with Justin and Sean Davidson. Episode 8 is about Coaching Roles to go with our Install 4: Head Coaching Roles.

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Coachspeak Episode 6- f/ Hakeem Dickson

Listen to Coachspeak episode 6 with Justin and Hakeem Dickson. Leading up to IMFB’s info on being a head coach and the role they play and life as an assistant (dropping: 8/1/16) Hakeem and Justin talk about transitioning from player to coach and life as a college student/assistant coach. Sean is off in DC for the 4th so he’s not here this time around.

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IMFB articles on the topic: 

Head Coach Roles: Coaching Your Assistant Coaches

Assistant Coaches: I got the job… now what?

Assistant Coach Primer

4 Things I’ve learned through the first 4 weeks

As a second year head coach at a 4th year program, I’ve had to learn a lot about coaching as quickly as possible. The lessons I’ve learned I try to share here because I know a lot of the guys and gals reading this are involved in some way with small school, probably budding programs, and are new coaches themselves.

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A typical game-week practice schedule

I received a message on Twitter asking about practice schedules at the Ironman level. I believe there are two trains of thought: to split or not to split. What I mean by this is do we split our practices in half with first half being offense and the second half being defense or do we have a separate full-day defense or offense day.

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