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  1. Essentials of youth coaching
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Essentials of youth coaching

From the National Soccer Coaches Association of America, this collection of sessions and activities is for coaching young players. NSCAA staff coaches demonstrate many different activities that can be used to teach young players the skills they need to learn to play the game of soccer and have fun at the same time.

It is vital at this age group that coaches are patient, knowledgeable and skilled at providing exercises that are fun, but also have a repetitive element to them. This helps to ingrain habits that players will need as they progress in their soccer journey. NSCAA DVD. (70 min.)

Sessions include:

- Dribbling moves

- Passing and spacing

- Shooting

- Small sided games

- Additional activities provided by American Youth Soccer Organization and Soccer Association For Youth

Release Date: January 31, 2006

Format: Dolby, NTSC


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