Coaching youth volleyball by American Sport Education Program

By American Sport Education Program

Guidebook for early life volleyball coaches operating with 6- to 14-year-old athletes that describes intimately tips on how to train them vital volleyball talents and techniques at a degree that is most appropriate for them.

summary: Guidebook for adolescence volleyball coaches operating with 6- to 14-year-old athletes that describes intimately how one can educate them vital volleyball talents and methods at a degree that is most appropriate for them

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Find out what fund­raising you and your players will be expected to do, and decide on the best way to meet your goals.  Consider clearance forms, supervision, transportation, equipment, contacting parents, and safety.  If you don't, get some. • Establish your coaching priorities regarding having fun, developing players' skills, and winning. • Select and meet with your assistant coaches to discuss the philosophy, goals, team rules, and plans for the season.  Have them complete a player information form and obtain medical clearance forms, if required.

Match players by ability and physical maturity. • Make sure that players can execute fundamental skills before they compete in groups. Page 46 • Emphasize performing well, not winning, in every competition. • Give players room to make mistakes by avoiding constant evaluation of their performances.  The cool­down allows athletes' bodies to return to the resting state and avoid stiffness, and it affords you an opportunity to review the practice.  Even if your evaluation is negative, show optimism for future practices and send players off on an upbeat note.

They need to see how the skill is performed.  These tips will help make your demonstrations more effective: • Use correct form. • Demonstrate the skill several times. • Slow down the action, if possible, during one or two performances so players can see every movement involved in the skill. • Perform the skill at different angles so your players can get a full perspective of it. • Demonstrate the skill from both the right and left sides and each end of the court.  If possible, use different words so that your players get a chance to try to understand from a different perspective.

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