- Learn coaching philosophies and insights for building a successful softball program for the long haul from back-to-back SEC Coach of the Year
- Pick up ideas for building the foundation of your program, out-of-season training, in-season training, and the evolution of your coaching skills and philosophy
- Get insight from Coach Walton's coaching experiences; what's worked and what hasn't
with Tim Walton, University of Florida Head Coach;
2015 National Champions - Back-to-Back WCWS Titles (2014-15);
2013 SEC Coach of the Year, 4x SEC Coach of the Year;
3x SEC Champions;
has led Florida to seven Women's College World Series appearances in eight years (2008-15);
over 600 career wins; 2015 USA Softball Junior Women's National Team Assistant Coach
A program isn't just for one year - building a program the right way can carry you through the good times and the bad.
Take a seat in the office of University of Florida Head Coach Tim Walton as he shares his coaching philosophy that has produced back-to-back SEC Championships and back-to-back SEC Coach of the Year accolades.
Coach Walton breaks down his philosophy into four major categories:
- Building a Foundation - Includes hiring assistants, prioritizing, being a coach, discipline and more.
- Out-of-Season Training - Learn to establish goals and practice plans, define roles and active rest versus rest.
- In-Season Training - Develop an in-season check off list, keeping athletes mentally strong, batting order, knowing your personnel and more.
- Evolution of a Coach - Includes insights into team rules, working smart versus hard, communication and "new school" approaches to practice.
Within each category, Walton shares his insights, ideas and experiences — what's worked and what hasn't worked.
This in-depth analysis of successful coaching will help you grow as a coach and build a strong program for years to come.
87 minutes. 2010.Softball Videos