Posts Tagged ‘Olympics’
The Playbook of an Olympic Champion
“It seems that all true things must change and only that which changes remain true.” -Carl Ljung A recent Wall Street Journal article focused on the Gold Medal speed skating performances of Nils van der Poel. You’ve probably have never heard of Nils van der Poel. I hadn’t until a few days ago. Doing a…Read More
What Can the High School Coach Take From The Olympics?
Unless there is a galactic championship out there, the Olympics demonstrates volleyball at the highest level. As the Olympics wind down, I find myself bleary-eyed from watching as many matches and events as possible. I have the utmost respect for these athletes that push the edges of their talents. Although these are the best players…Read More