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Below are a list of strategies to make your coaching game more effective this season.
Coaching is far more than one play, in one game, in one season. It's a commitment that can elevate the game, and your players, for a lifetime.
But as an athlete's coach, you can be an incredible role model in their life. Showing them how to step up and handle difficult situations is one of the greatest gifts we can give them.
Our challenge in developing these athletes is to understand them and adapt our teaching to reach them effectively. On the development side of this generation is a need for fast-paced, multi-faceted information so as a coach, you want to give them that as much as possible.
For young athletes, it’s not about winning or even about learning skills – it’s about building self-esteem and friendships and the other intangibles.
As a coach, it can be hard to step back and let the new athlete on the team integrate on their own terms, but it’s necessary.
There are many other skills that go into being a great youth coach. However, these three points are some of the most overlooked.
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Feeling comfortable and powerful at the plate can make a huge difference in a hitter’s success. Try the Step Behind drill from Blast Motion to help your hitters create more power.
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