INDIANAPOLIS, IN, February 01, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Brian Williams has announced the launch of a new site design for the Basketball Coaching resource site, The Coaching Toolbox (http://www.coachingtoolbox.net)
The new site design includes several upgrades for visitors. The site has an improved responsive design for the benefit of mobile viewers. The previous six years of coaching articles and resources have been re-indexed in an improved categories system that makes navigation much easier. Each post has a click and print icon at the end of the article to allow visors to print the information on each page. The wider formatting allows for an improved reading experience.
The Coaching Toolbox published the first in its series of Basketball Coaching eBooks in May 2008. That eBook, "130 Ways to Get a Lot More Accomplished in Basketball Practice" has been purchased and downloaded over 900 times since then. Additional books that have been added to the series include the following: "130 Little Ideas that Make a Big Difference in Your Basketball Program," "130 Ideas to Make Your Basketball Team More Mentally Tough." And "130 Special Situations You Must Prepare for." All of these resources are available through the website.
About The Coaching Toolbox
The Coaching Toolbox is a website with hundreds of free resources for basketball coaches. It was originally launched March 1, 2008 and has grown into one of the most visited and respected sites online for basketball coaching resources. Among the resources are: offensive and defensive schemes, drills for both team and individual skill development, developing your program philosophy and trademarks, developing the mental aspect of basketball for your players, basketball quotes (http://http://www.coachingtoolbox.net/filingcabinet/basketball-quotes.html) and much more. The site has an email service that sends out a coaching tip of the day every morning. At the time of this release, there are over 65,000 subscribers to that service. For more information about the resources available, please visit http://www.coachingtoolbox.net
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