I’ve been coaching youth football now for 24 years from age levels 7 to 14 years of age.and I’ve seen just about every truc tiep bong đá imaginable scenario a coach can go through when coaching youth football. I was also a certified High School official for about 7 years or so. I have also seen many changes through the years not only through a coaches eyes but also through a parents eyes.
I’ve been on both sides of the ball. As a coach I had the opportunity to coach as a head coach and an assistant. As a parent I have 2 sons that played both youth and high school football. Both were average players. Knowing my place as a parent AND as a coach helped me get through some difficult parenting times.
If your looking to get involved with, or currently coaching youth football, this article will give you an outline so your team can get the instruction needed to be competitive. If your reading this article as a parent I’ll let you know what’s expected of you in return for the coaches giving their voluntary time to not only coach your child but to help mold them into responsible young adults.
My philosophy on football is this. Dominate the clock and you have a better chance of success. By that I mean you need to take charge offensively. Move the ball down the field 10 yards at a time. eat up the clock. Get into the red zone and score! Defensively SHUT THEM DOWN!! It’s not new and it’s not rocket science. Coaches lose sight of this at the high school and youth football level. That’s why repetition is needed. It breeds success.
First things first. As a head coach, you have to have your whole practice, program and philosophy outlined. Usually a youth football practice is 2 hours long. It doesn’t matter how many nights or days you practice you can use the same principles as will be outlined in this article.