Sisterhood in Sports: Coaching Girls is Different
In 1983, Cyndi Lauper famously sang, “Girls Just Wanna Have Fun.” Surprisingly, her pop song wasn’t too far off from psychological findings.
Joan Steidinger, author of the new book Sisterhood in Sports: How Female Athletes Collaborate and Compete, explains exactly what makes female athletes different than their male counterparts. What do male coaches need to know about their female players? Why are girls sometimes considered more emotional than boys? How important are teammate relationships to females? Listen in and learn more!
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