So, you're interested in coaching youth basketball? You're going to love it!
Especially if you're new to the game and not quite sure what to expect, I want to share 10 basketball coaching tips I've learned through my experience teaching basketball for kids.
Whether it's coaching your own child one-on-one out in your driveway or working with a little league basketball team, you'll get a lot of satisfaction as you see the kids gain new skills they didn't have before.
There's nothing like the smiles on those little faces when they have success performing brand new skills that you taught them!
Though certainly not all-inclusive, I want to share 10 observations I've made through my coaching experiences.
Before hitting the court for your first organized practice, how about some specific coaching tips guaranteed to help you conduct a training session that both you and your players will love?
The goal of this website is to equip parents who want to teach kids how to play basketball with the tools and knowledge they need. The drills I have chosen can be performed with as few as 1-3 people and a minimal amount of equipment.
You may find yourself coaching your son's or daughter's youth basketball team. If that's the case, you'll need some good basketball practice plans to help you get the most out of your time on the court.
You also need to know some basic youth basketball rules that are pretty standard in most leagues.
If you'll be coaching youth basketball players that are particularly young, like kindergarten or early elementary school age, you may need to modify some of the basketball drills and concepts to fit their developmental level.
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