First let me say that we feel defense is the key and essence to winning football. We will make any sacrifice in our program to help our defense. I would like to share our thoughts on how we prepare our defensive team during game week.
In basketball, the competitive nature of a player is often most apparent in defensive play and ball toughness.
Pete Newell's Playing Big
A team’s offensive and defensive reactions are counters to what the opponent has presented.
Survival Guide for Coaching Youth Basketball
In many ways, the first practices are the most stressful for both the coach and the team.
It is important for a team to be able to sustain a high level of competitiveness from the first whistle to the last point.
Controlling the game can be achieved only if you understand and implement the four principles of play: going forward, supporting, maintaining continuity and exerting pressure.
Coaching Youth Cheerleading
You might mistakenly believe that communication occurs only when you are instructing squad members to do something, but verbal commands are only a small part of the communication process. At least half of communication is nonverbal. When you are coaching, remember that actions speak louder than words.
Skills & Strategies for Coaching Soccer 2nd Edition eBook
Teams need to defend successfully in a variety of circumstances.
Hockey Plays and Strategies eBook
Much like other aspects of offensive play, coaches have to decide how comfortable they are with getting their Ds involved in the offense.
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Cricket wisdom can be gained from a variety of sources. Giving advice is not only the domain of the elite superstars of the game.