As much as players take the break from basketball during the off–season, so as their coaches. In the off–season, every member has the chance to rest and cool down. You see, coaches have the most tiring job in the entire team. He does all the mental work, and so he is very much predisposed to psychological forms of stress. Imagine how exhausting his work is. He is like a chess master. He continuously thinks of moves to checkmate his opponents. In times that his system is not working, he pulls himself and analyzes everything. He is the mind of the team.
The off–season is the best time for the coach to make a holistic analysis and observation of the team’s performance. He can start a new plan depending on the evaluation he has made. His plan will be centered on improving his team.
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