On 7/22/2020 at 8:53 PM, Kristen Rogers said:

@Jared Gilliland
We also had someone recommend that we post the practice plan so that the players could see it ahead of time and be more prepared. The thought that was given to us behind this concept was that today’s generation of athletes like to know what they can expect and that it alleviates a lot of the anxiety and tension that they feel about the unknown.  We were torn on this as a staff as it is almost impossible to predict and know everything that will happen in a game and we felt like were taking away some of that preparation by allowing them to know exactly what to expect every day in practice. Curious if any of you have thoughts on this concept or have experimented with it?

Sorry it took so long to respond, K. This year, I started by sending my practice plan to entire team, but at HS level, kids just don’t pay attention. So I sent it  to my team captain every day. Enfranchising him empowered his leadership. I’m going to keep doing it.