Here's the Latest Episode from Hardwood Hustle:
Coach TJ Rosene is back for part 2 of our 4-part series with additional tips for coaching to immediately become more productive. The first half of the episode covers how being more vulnerable as a coach may save you time, as well as how to attack things that you are currently putting off. Stay tuned for parts 3 and 4 coming soon!
In part 1 of a 4-part series, TJ Rosene brings two specific ideas to the table for coaches to increase their productivity. TJ first discusses how coaches can take inventory of stories they tell themselves that may be holding them back, as well as how to initially start your day off with a productive win.
We know that experience is usually an asset in most situations in sport. The question as to what exactly makes experience such a valuable tool is the center of Adam and TJ’s discussion in this episode. Be sure to share this with your coaching staff if they don’t already listen to the show!
We’re back with a discussion on how coaches can work on staying in better touch with their players after they’ve left their program. Unfortunately, many coaches would agree that they haven’t stayed as in touch with former players as they would like. We hope this episode gives you ideas on how to improve in this area!
Today we bring players a special episode sharing a list of things college coaches say makes a great first impression when they are recruiting a player. You won’t want to miss episode as it is sure to add major value to all players immediately. Share this with a teammate, your team, or your players!
In this Memorial Day special Adam and TJ are joined by Army Veteran Captain and 3-time state championship basketball coach Babe Kwasniak. Babe shares about his time serving our country, building leaders through basketball, and much more in this incredible interview.
In today’s episode Adam is joined by state championship coach Gary Hull, 5th on the all-time wins list for coaches in the state of Oregon. Gary shares his incredibly valuable coaching experience and tells the story of his team’s 2019 state championship run, one year after losing in the state championship to the same competitor. You’ll love the insight shared by Coach Hull in this A+ interview.
Adam and TJ share a powerful conversation about the state of the coach-player relationship in 2019. With players seemingly taking more and more ownership of teams and the influence of social media on relationships, where can coaches find the balance with their players?
Adam is joined by Kyle Cowan, Vice President of the Oregon Athletic Directors Association, Head Coach and Athletic Director of Portland Christian High School. Adam and Kyle sit down at the OADA annual conference to talk about balancing multiple roles within an athletic department, bringing a shot clock into the high school level, and much more!
In this week’s player episode Adam and TJ lay out guidelines to help players think through their off-season planning. TJ also shares a 100/50/25 approach to improving your game that will help you clarify the priorities you have as you maximize your ability to play the game at a high level.