A glimpse into a sport that 3.5 million people around the world enjoy.
Survival Guide for Coaching Youth Soccer
Different types of passes can be used depending on the purpose of the pass.
Hockey Plays and Strategies eBook
Unlike other sports, in the game of hockey, players change on the fly roughly every 40 seconds.
Running Anatomy eBook
Running shoes work for running because they are designed and manufactured to meet the demands of bearing three to four times the body�s weight on impact.
Complete Guide to Slowpitch Softball
Place hitting is more about accuracy than power.
Tennis Anatomy eBook
Being fit enough to endure a long match while pressuring your opponent could be the difference between winning and losing. Coaches know that good volleys are hit with the feet as well as the hands. You have to be in proper position to volley well. Therefore, training the legs is probably the most important activity you can participate in to become a good volleyer.
Swim Coaching Bible, Volume II, eBook, The
Designing and implementing a training program for the butterfly events presents a formidable challenge to coaches.
Coaching Youth Basketball-5th Edition
Early-season practice sessions should establish that basketball is a fun game. Limit the time for each drill to 10 minutes or less. Try to keep players moving during drills and moving from one drill to another, allowing time for them to get a drink between drills.
Coaching Basketball Successfully-3rd Edition
After a player has caught the ball and squared up to the basket in the triple-threat position, he is ready to attack the defender.
Complete Conditioning for Volleyball
Load-based power training involves explosively moving a weight or resistance throughout a range of motion. Exercises in this category include Olympic lifts, Olympic lift variations, pause squats, and resisted jumps. Technique and speed of movement should be the primary focus when performing Olympic lifts. The execution of proper technique and the speed of the bar are the factors that determine whether and when the athlete progresses in weight.