Tip Sheet Credibility: 12
|A coach of any age group must ensure the players are having fun even though it is only a practice. Make games out of the drills for the younger kids. Let them race against each other as they dribble the ball around cones. Whatever you do it has to be fun!|
Tip Credibility: 28 (Best Tip!)
|Routines should be planned and on paper. The drills must be fun and simple to understand. All session gear should be to hand so that there are no long pauses between drills for setting up for the kids to get distracted. And always praise and encourage! |
Tip Credibility: 11
|Competition, Rewards and a lot of Praise. Set up your competitions so everyone has a chance to win at some point. Small rewards (stick of gum) work well and always praise the kids for working hard! |
Tip Credibility: 8
|Keep it light hearted and emphasize the positive gains no matter how small. Once they know they're getting better it becomes a personal challenge to themselves to get even better and they enjoy it more.|
Tip Credibility: 6
|Make it fun while keeping them focused. Positive encouragement but be real. Give them something to aim for.|
Tip Credibility: 5
|Focus the parts of a practice on a specific skill. Design a measurable drill that most of the players have not mastered. Set up a reward that only kicks in when they all master the drill.
Tip Credibility: 4
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