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Youth Sports Frustration

 

 

Youth Sports and coaches

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Debbie Schwarm:

I would LOVE to come to the IYCA Summit because I am a parent who cannot find an avenue to gain any traction on promoting proper coaching in our area.

 

I have approached coaches and subsequently left clubs, attempted to get the Positive Coaching Alliance involved in a club whose president now avoids me and any correspondance at all costs, and approached the state and national youth soccer associations about proper training for kids who refuse to openly address the issue.

 

I have prepared a complaint for small claims court to obtain $1200 in club fees when we left a club who supported a coach who had my then 11-year-old running a mile until he fell over and vomited having never run for training purposes in his life (and found out that he shouldn’t be at this age).

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Youth Speed Training 101

 

 

Youth Speed Training Priciples

The "101" doesn’t mean easy or beginner – It means "critical".

 

The stuff that is truly important.

 

The stuff that enables you to create the fastest athletes in the game through correct youth speed training methods.

 

The stuff that matters above all else.

 

And here’s what it is…

 

Youth Speed Training Video

 

Common Mistakes in Youth Speed Training

The video above is an excerpt from the Youth Speed Training’ DVD in my Complete Athlete Development system.

 

Teaching quality deceleration and acceleration skills from different
angles is the most important place to start with an effective
Youth Speed Training system.

 

Do you have a system for Youth Speed Training?

 

Complete Athlete Development will be off the market very soon, but
the speed training system I outline within it will make all the difference
in the world to the success rates of your young athletes.

 

Heath Croll down in Virginia had this to say –

 

 

“… I realized in an instance that the techniques and progressions he
was showing were going to make my athletes the fastest and most
agile in the game…. I was right!”