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The new football season is just around the corner. I bet you want to rush into researching new offenses & defenses and all the multitude of plays that go along with these goodies. But don't forget the core football fundamentals.. Some of these are: 1. Completting a great coaching interview in front of your league Board (so you get that coaching job you want!) 2. Understanding how to recruit players 3. Continuing your football education - you can NEVER know it all! I have a football blog website that has several articles and links related to football. Feel free to research it in your quest to always become a better coach: www.coachingclearinghouse.com Also, let me know what you think about my football blog website as I want to always improve upon it. P.S. See the attached file that contains some great advice from a GREAT football coach of many years ago (funny how his advice will still rings true TODAY in youth football and in out "modern" society! - Someone once said, "the more things change, the more they really stay the same.")Successful_Coaching-Wilkinson.doc
djworth posted a topic in Youth FootballHi Everyone, I'm a pop warner football coach on the east coast and have been lurking in the forum for a little while now. My teams have used video for the last 4 years and it's been a great learning tool for our kids and parents as well as the coaches. I'm looking to put together a bunch of video interviews of coaches that use video as a positive learning tool. I'm interviewing coaches in a bunch of different sports but football coaches have always used video as a teaching tool. So, I figured this would be a great place to ask if anyone would be interested in the interviews. These interviews would be published on my websites unreleased blog for free. My goal is to spread some knowledge to other coaches, players, and parents so everyone can learn and watch and hopefully get some useful tips from these interviews. The interview questions would be in the form of Who, How, What works, What Doesn't... We will conduct the interviews via Skype at your own connivence and roughly take 30 - 60 minutes. Thanks for reading this and I hope this is an appropriate place to ask this question. If not, please point me in the right direction. Thanks, Dan W.