Why Former Professional Athletes Coach

Life after professional sports can be tough for any athlete.

“Honestly, when I finished playing, I was lost myself and I didn’t know what I was going to do.” -Byron Mouton

The Washington Post recently shared a story of three former Maryland NBA stars who found a lifeline coaching youth sports. We see the same attributes in many of our CoachUp coaches who are former professionals – a love for the game and a genuine interest in mentoring and giving back to young athletes. Check out the Washington Post story here, and then check out our hundreds of former (and even current!) professional athletes who are now coaching and would love to pass down their expertise to you.   [maxbutton id=”17″]  

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