Why Coaches Should Invest In Themselves For most athletes, their coach is one of the most influential people in their life. According to USADA’s What Sport Means in America survey, coaches rank as the number one positive influence on youth today among the respondents surveyed. At their best, coaches can help their players improve their…
Taking responsibility for your actions is not always easy, but it's vital in earning respect from both others and yourself. Teach your athletes the importance of keeping accountable with these tips and stories from the experts.
The Importance of Accountable Sports Parents Youth sports parents play many different roles: former (or current) athlete, coach, fan, motivator, role model, critic, and maybe most importantly, influencer. Studies have shown that family members may influence an athlete’s involvement and achievement in sport even more than coaches. Parents also are the first and most critical…
The 3 Keys To Building An Accountable Team Former USA Volleyball National Team Member and TrueSport Advocate Candace Lee-Vering shares three big ways in which teammates being accountable to one another can turn a good team into a great one.
How DeeDee Trotter Never False-Started Again Olympic gold medalist and TrueSport Ambassador DeeDee Trotter shares the story of how she started to take accountability for her actions as an athlete…and never false-started in a race again!
What Being An Accountable Athlete Means Olympian and TrueSport Ambassador Elizabeth Beisel explains what being an accountable TrueSport athlete means for you, your teammates, and your coaches.