From an Olympic gold medal-winning coach, a new playbook for effective athlete education and team building

Championship results require championship behaviors—it’s as simple as that. In this essential book, Hugh McCutcheon provides a proven framework for competitive excellence based in motor learning, psychology, and decades of coaching experience and success.

Championship Behaviors provides athletes, parents of athletes, and coaches a defined path to the “how” of significant achievement while simply and clearly explaining the research behind the “why.” McCutcheon speaks to the need for aspiring athletes to work, learn, and compete and the responsibility coaches have to teach, coach, and mentor. As he says, “We won’t always have five-star talent, but we can often make up the difference by being five-star teachers, learners, and competitors.”

A sought-after coach and consultant, McCutcheon also illuminates the value of integrating the physical, mental, and social aspects of sport to maximize chances of competitive success.


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