Jaxon Schweikert, a well-known high school educator and skillful coach of both track and football, is proud to announce the launch of his new website. At www.jaxonschweikert.com
, he plans to outline his accomplishments, and provide advice for those who wish to follow in his footsteps.
According to Jaxon Schweikert, the project comes about due to long-standing pressure from friends, family members and fans.
"For many years, people have been telling me that I should start my own website," he says. "I never thought I had the time to do so, but with a little help from some friends, I ended up with a design that I like and am able to use easily."
plans to spend a significant amount of time outlining his philosophies on football coaching on his new site. It's a topic he's often asked about, and he feels that the information that people can currently find on the Web is often inaccurate or just difficult to understand.
"Coaching kids successfully is much harder than it might seem," Jaxon Schweikert
says. "People who are new to coaching may look for information on the Web to help them improve. I know I did that when I was new. But a lot of the articles out there are written with so much lingo and jargon that people new to the sport may have no idea how to follow the advice given. It just sounds like gibberish. I hope that the articles I write will be easy for everyone to understand, including people who are new to coaching."
may also outline methods he used to teach kids about weight training and physical fitness.
"During my time in the classroom, I've come up with some really terrific lesson plans, and I'd love to share those with other teachers," he says. "I don't feel possessive about these plans at all. If they can help another teacher succeed in the classroom, I'm all for sharing."
The new website is located at www.jaxonschweikert.com
, and the content will be updated on a regular basis, as dictated by Jaxon Schweikert's schedule.
"I'm not certain, at this point, how often I'll update the content," he says. "I promised my wife that my writing wouldn't interfere with the time we spend together as a family, and I intend to keep that promise. So we'll see how much time I have available for writing."
For more information, visit the website at http://jaxonschweikert.livejournal.com/