As part of NYSCA’s commitment to provide volunteer coaches with the best information to help them guide their teams to fun and rewarding experiences, it interviewed highly respected coaches from the NFL, NBA, WNBA and Major League Baseball, as well as from the collegiate football and basketball ranks, who shared their insights on what it takes to make a difference in a youngster’s life both on the field and away from it.
“Every coach we spoke with was genuinely enthusiastic about sharing their knowledge to help volunteer coaches interact with children and be a positive influence in all areas of coaching,” said John Engh, chief operating officer of the National Alliance for Youth Sports, which provides the NYSCA program. “Whether it’s Coach K talking about how to teach sportsmanship to youngsters, or Baltimore Ravens Coach John Harbaugh sharing how to run practices that keep all the kids engaged, there is simply a gold mine of information available in this video. We are confident that the information presented will enable volunteer coaches to really gain a clear understanding of how to fulfill their roles and responsibilities, as well as help make them one of those special coaches that kids love playing for.”
Also featured are respected experts discussing important areas that often are easy for coaches to overlook amid all their other responsibilities, such as hydration; pre- and post-game nutrition; injury recognition and prevention; safety; recognizing concussions; stretching and conditioning players.
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