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20 practice sessions!

This book explains in detail how to prepare for training sessions and teach the fundamentals of soccer. It also covers material that will allow the coach to introduce a philosophy that focuses on development in a low stress, fun-filled environment. The goal is to give the coach an organized structure, which applies to the particular needs of his or her team.

With this in mind, the coach will be able to create their own sessions utilizing the four essential ingredients of a typical practice session: warm-up, individual activities, small group activities and large group activities.

Finally, the book gives a description of the characteristics of Under-10 players, and how coaching should coincide with the player's age.

Each book includes twenty individual practice sessions.

Used as resource material for the State Youth Coaching Modules.

49 pages.


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