Day: April 19, 2013

Striving for Perfection

Most coaches in any sport that are not too successful ask themselves many questions that would help them get better results from their kids. They say things like ” I’m practicing 4 to 5 days and these kids don’t get a thing” or ” nobody is interested in playing” or ” this team is dominating

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Typical Youth Coach

Most youth coaches are father’s, ex-high school athletes who think because they were good athletes they think they could coach a team to be successful, or someone who saw a football game and like the way the team looked. Our youth program has many big hearted fathers who DIDN’T PLAY in high school! None of

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Are you a coach who has not done any stretching in a while? Do you go about stretching the proper way? Over the years kids are getting bigger and stronger and should take stretching very seriously, even at the youth level. The average coach tells the kids how to stretch the same way that they

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Condition with a Purpose

Several years ago, we took our team to the USC practice ran by then head coach Pete Carrol. While our players & coaches were enamored with the amount of talent, there was one thing that really stuck out in my head….USC was constantly conditioning their players during the entire practice! My daughters were really into

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Less is More on Offense

Does your offense struggle week to week? Are you not sure what is going wrong? How do you change the problem? Teams that struggle the most are the teams that have not perfected their basic plays in which all the other plays are based on. Alot of struggling teams do one of two things: (1)

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Team Defense

Have you ever been concerned with one player on the other team? People or other coaches tell you how great that person is. How are you going to stop him? Of all the years that i have played or coached, I have always been told that one person can’t beat a team who plays together

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