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New Baseball Video: 7-Cycle High Octane Drills!

By nate.landas - Last updated: Wednesday, October 23, 2013

In this innovative approach to practice organization, Rob Warnock shows you how one coach can run a full team practice efficiently and effectively providing his players with as many position-related reps as possible in the least amount of time. High numbers of practice reps are crucial for players to reach their potential.

Introduction to Swing Offense

 

  • This 7-cycle high octane defensive drill generates 850 reps in 35 minutes!

 

  • Maximize practice reps with a limited number of coaches – or only one coach

 

  • Learn how to immediately implement this proven practice template or modify it to fit your team and your philosophy 

 

 

 

iPracticeBuilder is a revolutionary iPad app that allows baseball coaches to build, store and share practice plans.

iPracticeBuilder App Build a Practice Plan in Munutes!




Develop Scooping and Cradling with a Fun Youth Lacrosse Drill!

By nate.landas - Last updated: Tuesday, September 10, 2013

In this segment current assistant varsity coach at Lambert (GA) High School, Jason Breyo, offers a glimpse into one of his U9 practices. Watch as he guides his demonstrators through a relay race game in a youth practice. This is a great drill that can reinforce new skills and make practice fun for your youth team. 

Hungry Hippo Relay Races

Overview: In what he calls, “Hungry Hippo” Relay Races, Coach Brey separates the players into two groups and forms them into lines. The first team to get all their balls in the bucket wins.

Player Movements: On the whistle, the first player up will scoop a ground ball, cradle to the bucket, drop the ball in, and sprint back.

Drill Essentials: Each line is about 15 yards from a bucket. Make sure that you put the ball in the bucket and that it doesn’t bounce out.

Drill Tips: Focus on cradling the ball when picking it up off the ground. Have the races be a best of three series to encourage competition.

Check out an additional clip from Championship Productions’ DVD “How to Run a Youth Lacrosse Practice.”  If you’re interested in more youth lacrosse coaching videos, click here.




Get Youth Players to Work Together while Learning Proper Techniques!

By nate.landas - Last updated: Friday, August 9, 2013

Creator of the BYOP(Bring Your Own Parent) program, Ruth Nelson, guides athletes and parents alike in developing whole volleyball specific skills. Parents go beyond simply tossing balls, but work alongside their child as they reinforce proper mechanics for team skills.

View at an additional clip from the DVD: Engaging Parents in Successfully Training Their Own Kids in Volleyball (10 and Under Emphasis).  Also, view other Youth Coaching DVDs from our massive Volleyball DVD collection!




The Latest Youth Softball DVDs to Improve your Pitchers!

By nate.landas - Last updated: Monday, February 18, 2013

Jenny Allard, Harvard University Head Coach, has over 450 wins in her coaching career and understands what it takes to be a great pitcher.  Learn how to control a variety of pitches that will make you feel more confident when you step on the mound.  Coach Allard helps young pitchers develop the basic pitching skills that will frustrate opposing batters for years to come. Take a look at the two new Softball DVDs below:

Coaching the Youth Softball Pitcher

  • Learn how your grip on the ball can increase speed and movement
  • See how you can break down the pitching motion into manageable parts to correct errors
  • Use drills to help develop muscle memory for every process in the pitch progression

Coaching the Intermediate Youth Pitcher

  • Learn techniques and drills to build accuracy and speed and take your pitchers to the next level
  • Make your wrist snap explosive adding more speed to each pitch
  • Learn how to throw a change-up to keep hitters off balance

Purchase the Jenny Allard’s Youth Pitching 2-Pack and save $5!




Excellent Lacrosse Instruction to Develop a Better Youth Team!

By nate.landas - Last updated: Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Watch and learn from John Combs, director of Team ONE lacrosse and former Head Coach of the Chicago Machine (MLL).  Gets the basics on lacrosse, and coaches and athletes of any youth level will be able to use these tips to improve their game.  The title of this Lacrosse DVD is:

Fundamental Skills and Drills for Youth Lacrosse

  • Learn to teach beginning and intermediate lacrosse skills to young athletes
  • Use “skill stacking” to make lacrosse concepts easier to teach and execute
  • Use game-like drills to prepare your team for competition

Looking for more products similar to this one?  Then view our Youth Lacrosse Coaching Collection!


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