Here are the 5 key points to take away when trying to reduce the risk of burnout in Knight athletes: 1.) Get the Knight’s trust so they are comfortable confiding in you. 2.) Teach the Knight about how to deal with the avoidance conflict and making tough decisions where both choices may yield poor results. 3.) Find a team for the Knight that shares their personal values and ideals. 4.) The coach of a Knight should make an effort to tell them why they are a key player on the team. 5.) Encourage the Knight to make friends on their team.
Draymond Green is one of the larger-than-life personalities in the NBA. A polarizing figure during the Golden State Warriors run of three championships in four seasons, Green has experienced a level of success some can only dream of. […]
Born and raised in Hialeah, Florida, Manny Machado grew up going to Marlins games in Miami. Baseball was a key component in the Dominican household Machado was raised in.
After being selected third overall out of high school in the 2010 MLB […]
The team that drafted him had just mortgaged their future in order select a player who plays the same position as him three rounds earlier.
Three years later, he became the face of the franchise, and after three above average seasons, played himself […]
The 2014 Heisman Trophy winner and second overall pick in the 2015 NFL Draft, Marcus Mariota is one of the most decorated players in recent football history.
In high school he didn’t become the starting quarterback until his senior year at St. Louis High in Honolulu, Hawaii. […]