This is an excellent cardio workout that improves overall cardiovascular endurance, speed and agility and doesn't involve any running!
The purpose of this drill is to knock the 'coconut' (ball) off the 'tree' (tall marker) with a pass.
The purpose of this drill is to work with your team mates to push the beachball (meteorite) over the net, in to another teams zone (planet).
As a coach, your job entails many aspects of both managing and teaching. This article will focus on key practice planning strategies to help you maintain team motivation, manage fatigue, and prepare your players for peak performance at the right time.
Communication is not just a one-way street. Good communicators must be able to talk clearly and also listen closely. Athletes cannot learn efficiently if they are not receiving clear instruction, so the focus of this lesson will be on sending information to the athlete.
This article is designed to show the importance of creating clear, well-defined goals that each player, coach, and parent knows and understands, so that everyone can work together to achieve them.
Every athlete is different, and as a coach, you must focus on providing adequate instruction to each player, regardless of their learning style. This may mean that you are consistently explaining concepts in different ways or providing written documents for some players while drawing diagrams for others.
This fun workout is made up of a mix of set repetitions and max interval training that focuses on the lower body.