Let’s face it, coaching youth sports is not the easy experience of the past. But, imagine a youth sports world where your child learns: to play hard, leadership skills, sportsmanship, and acceptance of the challenges sports present. Having a coach that can provide those is crucial, but unfortunately, those coaches are few and far between. Most coaches are unprepared for the new-type athlete and parent. The result is frustrations for all – the coaches, parents, and kids.
Youth sports coaches have the unique opportunity to influence people, but most throw that shot away. The answers are here for those tired of hearing your son or daughter say “It’s no fun” or hearing your husband/wife coach called “an idiot.” Youth sports coaches will learn to be the role model they set out to be and more importantly, be remembered the rest of athletes’ lives positively for “creating a season to remember.”
Using his experiences of playing at the highest level, heartfelt personal coaching stories, and analysis of the coaching greats’ methods, Jack creates a step-by-step plan to influence kids and their parents. The time has come for all coaches to know how to bring out the best in player abilities and desire levels, so kids improve and reach their potential.
Proper training of sports coaches will bring the fun back into the games, along with helping youth succeed on and off the playing fields.