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Beth Bozman describes two key ingredients for successfully choosing assistant coaches. For instructional field hockey DVDs from Duke Field Hockey Coach Beth Bozman, click here: http://www.championshipproductions.com/cgi-bin/champ/auth/1850/Beth-Bozman.html
In just six years at Duke, head coach Beth Bozman has turned the Duke field hockey program into a top tier unit, as the Blue Devils have been a consistent presence in the national rankings. Bozman’s team advanced to four consecutive Final Fours from 2003-06, finishing as the national runner-up in three of those occasions (2003-05).
The is the third part of an interview with Dr. Jerry Lynch. Lynch shares a quick tip on getting your athletes to buy into mental training. This advice applies to any area where you need buy in.
The is the second part of an interview with Dr. Jerry Lynch. Lynch discusses the importance of mental training and the competitive edge it provides.
In the coming months we will be posting video clips featuring successful coaches from a variety of sports. They will be discussing the challenges that most coaches face regardless of their sport. We hope you enjoy these clips and that they provide insight and inspiration.
Our first series of clips is from an interview with Dr. Jerry Lynch. Dr. Lynch has been a sports psychology consultant to over 24 international and national championship teams at the professional and collegiate levels.
George St. Pierre has recently been nominated for a 2008 ESPY Award in the “Best Fighter” category. The UFC Welterweight Champion will attempt to become the first mixed martial artist to win an ESPN ESPY award. Pierre has regained his 170-pound crown by submitting Matt Hughes, TKO of Matt Sera, and a decision of Josh Koscheck. Other nominees in the “Best Fighter” category include boxers Joe Calzaghe, Holly Holm, Floyd Mayweather Jr., and Kelly Pavlik.