All posts tagged sport psychology

Southlake Carroll head football coach talks to his players, including quarterback Chase Daniel (standing) after a summer practice. The team would finish the season undefeated Texas 5A Division II champions and generally regarded as high school national champions. (Photo by Robert James Hughes. Used under Common License)
June 28, 2012, No comments

Before identifying the role of the coach, it is necessary to define what a coach is. Merriam Webster online dictionary defines a coach as a person that instructs or trains […]

Wayne Pedranti

About Wayne Pedranti

Wayne Pedranti is a traditional Naturopath and a Master Herbalist. He is a Master Level Certified Sports Nutrition Adviser educated at the Cory Holly Institute. He has been cycling for well over 20 years, and is a licensed coach with USA Cycling and USA Track and Field. He has a Masters Degree in Coaching Education at Ohio University. He uses his training on natural health and coaching to build a comprehensive training plans that builds health, fitness, and performance.


What’s Bothering Your Athlete

June 12, 2011, No comments

As coaches, we need to know our athletes. This sounds obvious, but many of us do not really know our athletes. When athletes make mistakes, they can b ...