T-Ball Coaching:Successful techniques for fundamental skills
What you'll learn
- This course teaches how to give t-ball players a foundation and love for baseball and softball they will have for the rest of their lives!
- Valuable concepts needed to coach t-ball skills including but limited to teaching hitting, throwing, catching, fielding and baserunning.
- Learners will be taught how to organize drills and structure practices in a way that players will be craving for more and want to come back to practice.
- Creativity and sound fundamentals are emphasized as a means to both stimulate and instill the correct techniques and give confidence to players.
- The use of drills in such a way that beautiful manicured fields are not a requirement. So coaches and parents can utilize small confined areas for these drills.
- Different teaching techniques are addressed that have been battle tested to get certain sports concepts through to young kids in a positive manner!
- Lifetime sports coaching concepts are shared so learners of this course can use these concepts in other sports they coach no matter what the age.
- Learners will have access to over 150 creative t-ball drills and learn how to structure a practice using them!
- There is no prerequisites for taking this course other than bringing enthusiasm and a love to work with young kids!!
This complete t-ball coaching course will give you everything you need to succeed as a first time or returning t-ball coach. You will be able to teach sound fundamentals to young athletes in such a stimulating creative way that kids will yearn for more of the battle tested drills that are available in this course! By getting them started in such a positive manner, you will be able to build a solid foundation of basic skills that kids will want to continue to play baseball and softball.
You will learn…….how to teach young t-ball players
Catching & Fielding skills
Structuring t-ball practices
Included in teaching these skills will be:
* Learn why separating skills is important early in the season when teaching t-ball
How to recognize common mistakes
How to use alternative techniques for slow learners
How to put each player in a position to succeed
How to avoid common traps most t-ball coaches fall into
How to use at home items as props that will stimulate players
Using non-threatening items as a means to create success
How and why the “no glove” technique works
Using the drills shown and how to use them in your own backyard
How to integrate fun drills after skills drills
Learn how to change a common children’s game into a t-ball drill
Build an at home back stop for under $30.00 instead of a $300. net
Dealing with parents and how to cut down complaints by 60%
Off the field tips that have changed the future ability of athletes
Coaching concepts that can be taken and used in other sports
Who this course is for:
- This course is perfect not only for first time t-ball coaches but for parents who want to learn creative drills that they can do in their backyard or at the schoolyard. Parents who have an unending love for baseball or softball and want their own children's first experience to be a positive one are perfect candidates to take this course.
- Parents who want to continue to coach baseball or softball will have a great understanding and will feel comfortable teaching fundamentals of basic skills.
- Parents and even professional sports coaches will learn coaching concepts that can be used in all sports at almost all levels of skill.
Marty Schupak has coached youth sports for over 30 years. He has written 12 books and produced 28 videos on sports instruction. He received his bachelor's degree from Boston University and his master's degree from Arizona State University in physical education. He is the founder and president of T-Ball America.