I am fairly new to flag football, coached a few games and i was wondering. As a head coach what do you pay attention to when coaching? Are you watching the QB or the defense that you're playing against, or are you watching the rest of the team to see if they're running the correct play? There is so much going on that i can't narrow down what exactly i should pay attention to when i am coaching and i just get lost during a game. Any information would help, thank you.
Not sure how old your girls are but the key is to keep in fun and moving. We have some easy drills that you can implement in to your practice plan at http://www.y-coach.com/CD/Basketball_Drills.htm.
Hi everyone, I VERY new to coaching. I'm actually trying to help coach with another parent. Like many, I played a lot of yard ball, but nothing organized, so plays and such I dont feel comfortable teaching the kids.
there are a few things that I've noticed the girls have trouble with , which I'm sure are common, but I'd like to help them with. Mostly, teach them to dribble without looking down, not picking up the dribble too fast, shotting (including layups). Also drills on having the girls move their feet on defense and move around/get open on offense.
I know, thats just about anything. And a lot of that is probably just playing. But I'm guessing there are "fun" drills that could help this. I dont want them to hate the sport bc. I want them to enjoy practice, but also make the most out of it.
any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
My Mike LB calls out the strong side and motion direction so D-line knows what they are doing and what the other LBers should be doing during that play, we run a 3-3-5/6-2/5-3 and a 4-4. 5th and 6th grade team but they all call out pass pass pass/ball ball ball but yes its usually me screaming reverse. In the case of zone coverage my safety will call out tight or lose depending on his position and a read of the offensive set(but i will most likely tell(yell) the S and cover guys.)