She Plays is for Coaches

Coach,

if you’re here, you are probably already a master of your craft. You know all the X’s and O’s. You’ve played. You’ve studied. You know your sport from the inside out. Yet,

  • your team is under performing
  • practice is more frustrating than fulfilling
  • team chemistry is weak, even crumbling;

The answer is not in a new playbook. Or in getting more talent. The answer is Confidence. And who better to lead them than you, their Coach? 

She Plays is the place for coaches. We offer several tools and resources to help you build the confidence in your team they need to be successful on and off the field, track, court or mat.

Yes please!

Let's Do It!

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A few words from Coaches about ShePlays

Scott Foster >

Boys Town High School, Head Girls CC and Assistant Track and Field

I just wanted to send you a note saying how much I appreciated and enjoyed your session at the Iowa Track Clinic. You blend story, experience, psychology, and sport together in an engaging and uplifting way. I loved your session. Keep up the good work, and thanks for taking the time to share with us!

Darryl Bennet >

Championship Productions

You were phenomenal and gave the coaches so much to work with on developing confidence as a coach and developing the ability to help and understand their athletes better. Yours was one of those sessions I wished everyone I knew who was an athlete, a coach, etc. could have heard.

Curt Johnston >

Dean of Students Activities Director, Eddyville-Blakesburg-Fremont Schools

Coach D was a tremendous speaker for our 7th-12th grade student body. She captivated the audience with her short stories of mental toughness and goal setting. Through these messages, students were able to use their experiences to relate back to the courage, control, choice, and commitment it takes to be successful.