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Positive Coaching Alliance

TBL PARTNERS WITH THE POSITIVE COACHING ALLIANCE

In February of 2015, the TBL Board voted to partner with the Positive Coaching Alliance, a quickly growing national organization that works with youth and high school sports leaders, coaches, athletes and parents to help promote a positive, character building youth sports experience.

PCA offers a number of tools for all of the aforementioned groups.

TOOLS FOR COACHES

TOOLS FOR PARENTS

TOOLS FOR ATHLETES

TOOLS FOR LEADERS

PCA  also offers workshops and courses that strive to transform high school and youth sports into a "Development Zone" where the goal is to become Better Athletes, Better People and the following become prevailing models in youth and high school sports. 

·  The Double-Goal Coach, who strives to win while also pursuing the more important goal of teaching life lessons through sports.

·  The Second-Goal Parent, who concentrates on life lessons, while letting coaches and athletes focus on competing.

·  The Triple-Impact Competitor, who strives to impact sports on three levels by improving oneself, teammates and the game as a whole.

·  The Single- Goal Leader, who works to create a Development Zone within their individual school/youth sport organization.

PCA gains support from a National Advisory Board, including National Spokesperson and 11-time NBA Champion Coach Phil Jackson, and many other top coaches, athletes, organization leaders and academics who share PCA's vision. 

The PCA website is loaded with other information, resources, and tools to help all involved with youth sports create a positive atmosphere that encourages kids to keep playing sports.  Here's just a few ... 

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The numbers of kids in America playing baseball from ages 6-12 is at healthy levels, but there has been a sharp drop off in the number of kids that continue playing after that point.  

PCA is committed to helping coaches and youth sports organizations to create the positive type of atmosphere that leads to kids wanting to continue to play sports through their high school years.

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