SURVIVAL GUIDE FOR COACHING YOUTH BASKETBALL

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Survival Guide For Coaching Youth Basketball 2nd Edition

Author : Miniscalco, Keith
ISBN : 9781492515043
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 54.96 MB
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Prepare for a successful season with this easy-to-follow guide that walks you through the essential drills and knowledge every inexperienced youth basketball coach needs. Develop your team’s skills in practice and run effective plays to make the season rewarding and fun for you and your team.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Survival Guide For Coaching Youth Basketball 2e

Author : Miniscalco, Keith
ISBN : 9781492507130
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 75.98 MB
Format : PDF
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Prepare for a successful season with this easy-to-follow guide that walks you through the essential drills and knowledge every inexperienced youth basketball coach needs. Develop your team’s skills in practice and run effective plays to make the season rewarding and fun for you and your team.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Survival Guide For Coaching Youth Football

Author : Jim E. Dougherty
ISBN : 9781492583172
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 85.10 MB
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You volunteered to coach the football team, but are you ready? How will you teach the fundamental skills, run effective practices, and harness the energy of your young team? Fear not: Survival Guide for Coaching Youth Football has the answers. Longtime coach Jim Dougherty teams up with Brandon Castel to share experience and advice you can rely on from the first practice to the final game. It’s all here in the drills and the plays: evaluating players’ skills, establishing realistic goals, offering in-game coaching tips, and making the practices fun! Develop your team’s offensive and defensive skills for all positions with the Survival Guide’s collection of the game’s best youth drills. For plays that young players can actually run, flip to the Survival Guide’s offensive playbook and defensive alignments. And to get the most out of every practice, follow the ready-to-use practice plans. Turn to the series that has already guided thousands of first-time coaches in basketball, soccer, and softball to rewarding and productive seasons. With Survival Guide for Coaching Youth Football, you’re already well on your way.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Survival Guide For Coaching Youth Softball

Author : Robert B. Benson
ISBN : 9781492583196
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 29.56 MB
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You volunteered to coach the softball team, but are you ready? How will you teach the fundamental skills, run effective practices, and harness the energy of your young team? Fear not: Survival Guide for Coaching Youth Softball has the answers. Longtime coaches Robert and Tammy Benson share their experiences and provide advice you can rely on from the first practice to the final game. Establishing realistic goals, in-game coaching tips, drills, strategies, and fun—it’s all here. Develop your team’s fundamental skills—fielding, catching, throwing, and hitting—with the Survival Guide’s collection of the game’s best youth drills. Included is a section on pitching instruction, and the ready-to-use practice plans will help you get the most out of every practice. Survival Guide for Coaching Youth Softball has everything you need for a rewarding and productive season. So step up and enjoy the experience. It will be one that you won’t forget.
Category: Sports & Recreation

The Last Philly

Author : J. J. Tuttle
ISBN : 9781463478643
Genre : Family & Relationships
File Size : 54.49 MB
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Coaching youth sports teams can be very stressful. Some unreasonable parents and children can make a coach''s life difficult. Of coarse, some selfish coaches can damage the child''s sports experience as well. This book began as a one page list of strategies designed to help the local youth league baseball coaches enjoy a season absent of parent and player grievances It has grown into a compilation of anecdotes designed to support coaching strategies and concepts that lead to rewarding seasons for everyone. Along with a series of strategies for a happy team, this book also addresses the lessons provided by youth sports and competition, the difficulties of high expectations placed on some children with early success, how to help the less confident and less talented, how to handle difficult parents, and what it means to win.. The book is full of entertaining true stories. The final chapter, "The Last Philly", is a true story that pulls it all together and demonstrates a magnificent payoff courtesy of teamwork, effort and encouragement.
Category: Family & Relationships

Survival Guide For Coaching Youth Soccer

Author : Lindsey C. Blom
ISBN : 9781492583189
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 49.15 MB
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You volunteered to coach the soccer team, but are you really ready? How will you teach the fundamental skills, run effective practices, and harness the energy of your young team? Fear not: Survival Guide for Coaching Youth Soccer has the answers. In Survival Guide for Coaching Youth Soccer, longtime coaches Lindsey and Tim Blom share their experience and provide advice you can rely on from first practice to final game. Develop your players' dribbling, passing, shooting, and goalkeeping skills with the Survival Guide’s collection of the game’s best youth drills. From basic plays to game-day coaching tips, it’s all here—the drills, the plays, the fun. Survival Guide for Coaching Youth Soccer has everything you need for a rewarding and productive season. So sit back, relax, and enjoy the experience. It will be one that you won’t forget. Contents Chapter 1. Help! Where Do I Start? Chapter 2. Organizing Your Team Practices Chapter 3. Teaching Dribbling Skills With 10 Simple Drills Chapter 4. Teaching Passing and Receiving Skills With 10 Simple Drills Chapter 5. Teaching Shooting Skills With 10 Simple Drills Chapter 6. Teaching Defensive Skills With 10 Simple Drills Chapter 7. Teaching Goalkeeping Skills With 10 Simple Drills Chapter 8. Teaching Restart and Heading Skills With 10 Simple Drills Chapter 9. Formations and Team Play Basics Chapter 10. Game Time! What’s My Role Again? Chapter 11. Off-the-Field Issues
Category: Sports & Recreation

Survival Guide For Coaching Youth Baseball

Author : Daniel Keller
ISBN : 9781492583165
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 33.15 MB
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You volunteered to coach the local baseball team, but are you ready? How will you teach the fundamental skills, run effective practices, and harness the energy of your young team? Fear not: Survival Guide for Coaching Youth Baseball has the answers. In Survival Guide for Coaching Youth Baseball, longtime coach Dan Keller shares his experiences and provides advice you can rely on from the first practice to the final game. From evaluating players’ skills and establishing realistic goals to using in-game coaching tips, it’s all here—the drills, the strategies, and most important, the fun! Develop your team’s fielding, catching, throwing, pitching, and hitting skills with the Survival Guide’s collection of the game’s best youth drills that young players can actually use. Best of all, you’ll be able to get the most out of every practice by following the ready-to-use practice plans. Survival Guide for Coaching Youth Baseball has everything you need for a rewarding and productive season.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Coaching Kids For Dummies

Author : Rick Wolff
ISBN : 0764551973
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 40.3 MB
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What could be easier or more fun than coaching youth sports? How complicated could it be—it’s all fun and games, right? Unfortunately, coaching kids isn’t that simple. If you’ve ever watched a youth league game, you know that all sorts of pressures, worries, concerns, and emotions come into play when your kid is out on the field. In fact, it’s not unusual to witness at least one ugly incident at a game where a coach or parent has gotten out of control. The good news is, as a coach, you can guarantee that kids have fun, get the physical and psychological boost they need, and want to play on your team next year. And now this book shows you how. Written by a nationally recognized sports-parenting expert, coach, and author who is also a former professional baseball player, Coaching Kids For Dummies shows you step by step how to make sports a positive experience for kids of all ages. Packed with practical advice for coaches and parents, it shows you how to: Help kids select the best sports for them Communicate effectively with your young athletes Deal with losses and wins Provide encouragement without pushing too hard Motivate kids and boost performance Foster good sportsmanship Prevent sports burnout Handle irate parents Evaluate travel teams No matter what your prior experience with youth league sports—even if you weren’t in one yourself as a kid—Coaching Kids For Dummies coaches you in all the essentials. Topics you’ll explore include: What every parent should know about youth sports, including the right age to get them started, how leagues work, and what your kid and you can expect Basic coaching tasks and responsibilities, such as pregame preparation, practice sessions, team meetings with kids and parents, and more Communication and motivational skills every coach needs to develop Coaching challenges, including scheduling, hostile parents, dealing with injuries, and coaching your own kids Loaded with tested-in-the-trenches strategies for helping kids get the most out of sports, Coaching Kids For Dummies is every youth league coach’s survival guide.
Category: Sports & Recreation

I Ll Take You There

Author : Greg Kot
ISBN : 9781451647877
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
File Size : 59.63 MB
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“A biography that will send readers back to the music of Mavis and the Staple Singers with deepened appreciation and a renewed spirit of discovery” (Kirkus Reviews, starred review)—from the acclaimed music journalist and author featured prominently in the new HBO documentary Mavis! This is the untold story of living legend Mavis Staples—lead singer of the Staple Singers and a major figure in the music that shaped the civil rights era. One of the most enduring artists of popular music, Mavis and her talented family fused gospel, soul, folk, and rock to transcend racism and oppression through song. Honing her prodigious talent on the Southern gospel circuit of the 1950s, Mavis and the Staple Singers went on to sell more than 30 million records, with message-oriented soul music that became a soundtrack to the civil rights movement—inspiring Martin Luther King, Jr. himself. Critically acclaimed biographer and Chicago Tribune music critic Greg Kot cuts to the heart of Mavis Staples’s music, revealing the intimate stories of her sixty-year career. From her love affair with Bob Dylan, to her creative collaborations with Prince, to her recent revival alongside Wilco’s Jeff Tweedy, this definitive account shows Mavis as you’ve never seen her before. I’ll Take You There was written with the complete cooperation of Mavis and her family. Readers will also hear from Prince, Bonnie Raitt, David Byrne, and many others whose lives have been influenced by Mavis’s talent. Filled with never-before-told stories, this fascinating biography illuminates a legendary singer and group during a historic period of change in America. “Ultimately, Kot depicts the endurance of Mavis Staples and her family’s music as an inspiration, a saga that takes us, like the song that inspired this book’s name, to a place where ain’t nobody crying” (The Washington Post).
Category: Biography & Autobiography