Development is actually not at all about the seminars, the schooling, the amount of alphabet soup on the back of your name when you send an email. It’s not about the number of years you’ve coached, at which level, and which CEUs you last took. It’s how we communicate with athletes, work to earn their trust, adapt to their needs, and care about them.
I get it. Depending on any number of factors, coaches usually get minimal "free time". Especially in strength & conditioning, we usually spend that time trying to scarf down more information. Save yourself the hours; here is a compilation of the resources I personally use to stay up-to-date on the science, art and politics of S&C.