Coaching Youth Soccer

Author: Kevin McShane
Editor: McFarland
ISBN: 9780786481316
File Size: 19,47 MB
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The popularity of youth soccer in the United States has increased dramatically in recent years. The number of players and spectators has risen and soccer now rivals the more traditional American sports of baseball, basketball, and football. This is a study of current youth soccer training methods at professional clubs in Europe--where soccer is an extremely competitive sport--and a guide to applying those methods to young people in the United States. The author draws much of his information from personal observation of the FC Barcelona, Newcastle United, Glasgow Celtic, Munich 1860, and Slavia Prague professional teams in Europe, and provides an overview of the state of youth soccer in the United States. Chapters cover such topics as facilities, equipment, organization, and environment, player evaluation, training timetables and components, coaching, and philosophies of youth soccer. Also included are approximately 100 diagrams of soccer training exercises for youth coaches.

Coaching Youth Soccer

Author: Peter Schreiner
Editor: Reedswain Inc.
ISBN: 9781591640295
File Size: 20,46 MB
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Top German Youth coach Peter Schreiner presents his proven method of coaching young players. Full of fun, effective games and drills, this book covers every aspect of youth coaching with clear, easy to follow diagrams, photographs and instructions. Includes: Warm Up Games, Warm Down Games, Indoor Games, Coordination Conditioning and Complete Practice Sessions.

Coaching Youth Soccer

Author: American Sport Education Program
Editor: Human Kinetics 1
ISBN: 9780736063296
File Size: 50,88 MB
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Now in its fourth edition, Coaching Youth Soccer uses gamelike activities to teach offensive and defensive skills, which sets it apart from other soccer coaching books. Ideal for coaches of players ages 14 and under, this book contains 13 new activities and more than 30 age-specific coaching tips that are sure to jump-start your practices.

The Art Of Coaching Youth Soccer

Author: Jason Carney
Editor: Reedswain Inc.
ISBN: 9781591640271
File Size: 29,10 MB
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Filled with valuable coaching tips and outstanding training exercises, this book lays the groundwork for successful team and player development. Topics include: Warm Up, Running Technique, Speed Training, Pre-Season Training, Shooting, Goalkeeping, The Thinking Player, Defending, Set Plays and Team Spirit. Also includes sample practice sessions.

Coaching Youth Soccer 5th Edition

Author: Sam Snow
Editor: Human Kinetics
ISBN: 1450414699
File Size: 43,70 MB
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Written by ASEP in conjunction with Sam Snow, director of coaching for US Youth Soccer, Coaching Youth Soccer provides coaches of athletes ages 14 and under with sport- and age-specific coaching tips and advice as well as general coaching principles and information on sport first aid that coaches need for success on and off the field.

Coaching Youth Soccer

Author: Ray Power
Editor:
ISBN: 9781910515853
File Size: 31,54 MB
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Coaching Youth Soccer is the highly-anticipated follow-up to the international, best-selling soccer coaching book, Making The Ball Roll, by Ray Power. With the help of dozens of contributors from across the professional, academy, and grassroots games, Ray delves into the art and science of coaching youth soccer players, using up-to-date studies, methods, and examples. The book covers not only the technical and tactical aspects of training in detail but also looks at the wider aspects of soccer coaching - including physical, psychological, and social elements - in clear language that will be of value to both expert and less-experienced youth soccer coaches. Coaching Youth Soccer covers the breadth of the game with compelling specifics, and with illustrations from across the soccer world - bringing together research, stories, best-practice, and a lifetime of experiences within the game. Chapters cover: Long-Term Player Development, Team Building, Modern Playing Positions, Age-Appropriate Coaching, Soccer Fitness, Small-Sided Games, Growth Mindset, Footballing Intelligence, Tactics, Coach Reflection, and more. Across more than 340 focused and insightful pages, this book will inspire coaches to be the best versions of themselves, and enable players under their tutelage to be the best versions of themselves. If you enjoyed Making The Ball Roll, you will love Coaching Youth Soccer! N.B. This book has more than 90% new material but, as a full-on sequel to Making The Ball Roll, please note that some of the first book's material is re-presented, or readapted, for this title. This was so that effective continuity between the themes, processes, and research of the two books could be achieved. About the Author. Ray Power is one of the bestselling soccer authors in the world. With over a decade of experience working in soccer and education, coaching players from non-league to Premier League levels, and internationally, he is the author of Making the Ball Roll, and the Deliberate Soccer Practice series. As a coach developer and educator, Ray has worked for, and consulted with, numerous national FAs, as well as governing bodies from other sports, including the NBA. He also works as a consultant - mentor - educator on a freelance basis, working with grassroots coaches all the way to professional teams.

The Practical Guide To Youth Soccer Coaching

Author: Jason Carney
Editor: Reedswain Inc.
ISBN: 9781591640547
File Size: 72,96 MB
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As a coach, there is no greater joy than seeing the improvement of players. The key to coaching youth soccer successfully is making practice sessions both fun and productive. Keeping the players interested in the game and excited about improvement is above all the task of the coach and this book provides invaluable advice and several fun competitive games that will motivate your players to learn how to play the right way. Included are games for Warm-up, Passing, Kicking Technique, Coordination, Shooting and Basic Tactics.

Survival Guide For Coaching Youth Soccer

Author: Lindsey C. Blom
Editor: Human Kinetics
ISBN: 1492583189
File Size: 32,44 MB
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You volunteered to coach the soccer team, but are you really ready? How will you teach the fundamental skills, run effective practices, and harness the energy of your young team? Fear not: Survival Guide for Coaching Youth Soccer has the answers. In Survival Guide for Coaching Youth Soccer, longtime coaches Lindsey and Tim Blom share their experience and provide advice you can rely on from first practice to final game. Develop your players' dribbling, passing, shooting, and goalkeeping skills with the Survival Guide’s collection of the game’s best youth drills. From basic plays to game-day coaching tips, it’s all here—the drills, the plays, the fun. Survival Guide for Coaching Youth Soccer has everything you need for a rewarding and productive season. So sit back, relax, and enjoy the experience. It will be one that you won’t forget. Contents Chapter 1. Help! Where Do I Start? Chapter 2. Organizing Your Team Practices Chapter 3. Teaching Dribbling Skills With 10 Simple Drills Chapter 4. Teaching Passing and Receiving Skills With 10 Simple Drills Chapter 5. Teaching Shooting Skills With 10 Simple Drills Chapter 6. Teaching Defensive Skills With 10 Simple Drills Chapter 7. Teaching Goalkeeping Skills With 10 Simple Drills Chapter 8. Teaching Restart and Heading Skills With 10 Simple Drills Chapter 9. Formations and Team Play Basics Chapter 10. Game Time! What’s My Role Again? Chapter 11. Off-the-Field Issues

Coaching Youth Soccer

Author: John P. McCarthy
Editor: Betterway Books
ISBN: 9781558701441
File Size: 78,98 MB
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Introduces the skills of dribbling, juggling, passing, and receiving the ball, discusses field positions and strategies, and offers advice on warmups, conditioning, and practice drills.

Coaching Youth Soccer In England An Investigation Into Coaching Behaviour Session Content And Coach Education Within Football

Author: Dave Earnden
Editor: Lulu.com
ISBN: 132649063X
File Size: 37,84 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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Coaching Youth Soccer

Author: Denis Ford
Editor: Globe Pequot
ISBN: 9781585741243
File Size: 39,38 MB
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This handbook is written especially for parents and coaches of youth soccer teams, particularly those who have little or no knowledge of the game and are daunted by the task of teaching it to a group of kids. Areas that are covered include the role of the coach, basic-skills development through exercises, creating practice sessions, dealing with injuries, and more. Photos & illustrations.

The Complete Idiot S Guide To Coaching Youth Soccer

Author: Michael Muckian
Editor: Penguin
ISBN: 9781592570577
File Size: 61,24 MB
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Explaining how to develop the conceptual and practical skills of coaching soccer, a practical handbook for current and prospective coaches provides helpful coverage of every aspect of coaching youth soccer, from dealing with parents and teaching good sportsmanship to effectively implementing winning offensive and defensive strategies. Original.

Coaching Youth Soccer

Author: Neil B. Ingels
Editor:
ISBN: 9780943752037
File Size: 25,14 MB
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Coaching Youth Soccer Simplified

Author: David Huddleston
Editor:
ISBN:
File Size: 56,10 MB
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Youth Soccer

Author: Gareth Stratton
Editor: Psychology Press
ISBN: 9780415286619
File Size: 37,99 MB
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Blending contemporary sports science theory with youth specific coaching practice, this book offers soccer development strategies that are tailored to the needs of young players.

Coaching Soccer For Dummies

Author: National Alliance for Youth Sports
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118052811
File Size: 78,45 MB
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Packed with drills and tips for practice and game days The fun and easy way(r) to kick-start your soccer coaching skills Volunteering as a youth soccer coach can be a great experience, both for you and your squad. But what if you've never coached before? Don't worry! This friendly guide explains soccer rules, shows you how to approach coaching, and gives you practical pointers on improving your team's soccer skills and encouraging good sportsmanship. Discover how to Understand soccer rules Develop a coaching philosophy Teach soccer fundamentals Run great practices Lead your team during a game Communicate effectively with parents

Survival Guide For Coaching Youth Soccer

Author: Lindsey C. Blom
Editor: Human Kinetics 1
ISBN: 0736084398
File Size: 79,97 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
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When coaching youth soccer for the first time, your best plan of attack is the definitive resource for the new coaches, "Survival Guide for Coaching Youth Soccer." This book hits every vital point, from establishing team goals to using in-match coaching tips. "Survival Guide" has the been-there, done-that camaraderie necessary for rookie coaches.

Youth Soccer Coach Planner

Author: Glenda Fieldstone
Editor:
ISBN: 9781082075742
File Size: 79,16 MB
Format: PDF
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An 8.5 x 11 inch 130 page Soccer Coaches Notebook to keep all your coaching info in one handy place! This compact logbook is perfect to take to meets and has ample space to jot down everything. This is a great addition to your coaching gear to take to games. Add This To Your Cart Now! This handy coaches tracker provides ample space to document your team stats. With games being scheduled on many different days, the 12-month calendar pages allows you to take a quick glance at upcoming events.The best part is that you can start your calendar pages any month of the year! Features: 8.5x11 inch size with 130 pages Glossy paperback cover with design 12 Undated monthly calendars 12 monthly goal pages 12 month in review pages 4 player roster pages 40 soccer field drawing pages for plays 40 soccer game stat pages 9 blank lined note pages Looking for a different cover design or interior? I have lots of other great trackers and journals, so be sure to check out my other listings by clicking on the "Author Name" link just below the title of this tracker. Ideas on How to Use This Planner: As a special Coaches gift As a Gift for coaching staff assistants As a Gift for parents involved in team games, practices, etc.

Coaching Youth Football

Author: Ray Power
Editor:
ISBN: 9781910515846
File Size: 55,23 MB
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'Coaching Youth Football' is the highly-anticipated follow-up to the international bestseller 'Making The Ball Roll', by Ray Power. With the help of dozens of contributors from across the professional, academy, and grassroots games, delve into the art and science of coaching youth football players, using up-to-date studies, methods, and example

Youth Soccer Coaching

Author: Tony Carr
Editor: Sterling Publishing Company Incorporated
ISBN: 9780706375787
File Size: 66,59 MB
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This is a complete guide to coaching young soccer players from the early teens upwards. The author uses his experiences as a professional football coach to propose drills and methods to develop crucial ball skills, passing accuracy and set moves. Also included is a basic guide to team management.