Coaching Young Athletes
I have long contended that too much coaching when it comes to working
with very young athletes is far worse than not enough instruction.
Give them ideas of what it is you want.
Offer more instruction if they need it.
And then let them play.
Allow them to figure it out.
This process builds Athletic Intelligence and gives very young athletes the
ability to warehouse knowledge through a trial and error sort of way.
Do you agree?
Disagree and want to explain why?
Please watch this two minute video during which I explain how to correctly be
Coaching Young Athletes the process of deceleration.
Give it a watch and leave your comments below. I really want to know your
thoughts on the matter.
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