My teaching methods are I make learn to students from basic so they can know the rules of game and they can improve themselves.
I evaluate the athletes skill level and potential, based upon running simple drills and discussing goals with the individual. The classes are meant for a skilled individual, who believes they have greater potential for their chosen sport. The class will challenge the individual to a point of exhaustion and they will receive a high level of verbal motivation before, during and following the class.
Rather than memorizing the things we need to do it practically as it is the best way to learn things
My teaching methods like start with basics of football from normal level to professional level to gain success in future
I like to teach a little of the theoretical part, and focus on the practical part, with the ball. To train the student's skills. Also, watch some videos that demonstrate what is being discussed.
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game like situations. I find it easier to learn when applying to real life situations instead of "by the books" kind of drills. I apply what I have learned from previous coaches, as well as what I personally found most helpful on my own.
Knowledgeable, studious and up-to-date on the latest techniques, trends and tendencies, I strive to not only know what goes on in the American sporting landscape, but translate it into what I can do. Be it historical lessons I can draw from in my instruction, or offering the right repetitions to get the most out of teams and individuals alike.
I believe you get what you give, and strive to push my athletes to become the best they can be. I have coached under 3 state coaches of the year, as well as experience with a very successful college program. Like any solid structure, quality is built from the very basics and working toward the best product possible.
Lots of education and experience in many sports activities.Very broad knowledge on a multitude of subjects. I know almost anything about Sports!!! If you choose me, i will help you get the best Knowledge and I hope my tips will give you the inside edge on becoming a better player oin your event or sport.
I'm very proactive with my teaching methods, in order to achieve the best I demand the best in terms of application from participants, I also hold my self to the same standard. I normally coach in groups so I am quite vocal and very approachable.
We will start with stretching and warm ups and then move into drills. Training will vary from focusing on technique and mechanics one session to focusing on drills that will strengthen certain skills and develop tools. I believe it is useless doing multiple different things that target different areas in one session.
I approach each topic with an I do, we do, you do mentality. We will walk through the steps together before looking at you doing it yourself. In addition, when conducting the practice yourself, I will help to positively connect technique and give notes and instructions for improvement and what to work on moving forward.
16 years as a Physical Education Teacher working with General and Special Needs Students 22 years as a High School Football Coach 13 years as a Head High School Football Coach California Coaching Certification Up to date on all new Strength, Conditioning, Speed, and Flexibility Training I am able to adjust my lessons and my drills at that moment to best benefit the student I am patient,...
I am at PCET student at Sunderland University and I have provided sports classes to an American summer camp for the past 3 years. I prefer to get involved with the sessions so I can have a hands on approach and stop specific situations to teach a better technique.
I base my classes on the experience of the group/player. The more knowledge he already knows the more advanced we can jumpstart to. Usually our first meeting will shows where the athlete is at and with analysis of his game I’ll be able to make a regimen for what he needs to do.
Lessons would be based on what the student needs to know. Why are you curious about this sport? What is your current knowledge level? What do you wish to gain from these lessons? All of these answers will shape how the lesson plays out.
Technique, session program plans and having fun
I believer in teaching by setting up right & achievable goals. these are short trm & long term goals which are based on minute attention to details. Basic should be corrected which would impact long terms career for any sportsman.
I just try to get to know the kids and teach them how is best for them.
I am a former major college starter who knows and loves the game. My lessons are especially valuable to women who want to understand what the fuss is all about, and to newcomers whose prior exposure to "football" means soccer.
My teaching method is very self driven within my pupils. If the player doesn't want to be good, they wont try to the best they can be. This comes from instilling self confidence within the player as a person first, then following that up with sports training. My teaching is very motivating and positive, always pushing to be the best they can be.
My teaching method is one of motivation and praise. I want to give the confidence to feel like an expect.
Being a coach is responding to your vocation. This can be very different from other professions. Most people who seek coaching identify with a strong sense of purpose in doing so. In recent years, coaching has become a popular career option for many people. Although there may be different reasons why someone chooses to become a professional coach, it is not for everyone.
I am a graduate from the University of Colorado. I studied Economics and was part of various clubs throughout my college days. I also volunteer with the local theater in my town and am playing the part of Renfield in the show Dracula. I help with set construction and design and thoroughly enjoy it.
I grew up playing soccer, baseball and basketball. I played both basketball and soccer in high school continuing to play after graduating from high school. I also played men's and coed softball working as the coach for the team setting the line-up and working as a base coach.
> Former "walk-on" division 1 basketball player at Ball State University > Have coached youth basketball for the past seven years > Excel at running 1-1 sessions with both boys and girls > Passionate about players reaching their goals > I believe in modern techniques and approaches
I am a recent college graduate from Pacific University who gives lessons to students in high school (or even middle school) wanting to better themselves as athletes to prepare for the next level. We would discuss what your passions and goals are not just in sports but in life, then we would talk about what you want to focus on athletically (speed, skills, techniques, etc.
I'm 41 years old from the Lehigh Valley. I am a head coach and ref for flag football and basketball. I have also played tennis for many years. Everything starts from the ground up, to build a foundation. Without the foundation of the basic skills, its impossible to succeed at any sport. I break everything down as needed per player/student.
I try to reach everyone with the way I teach. It is important to remember that not all students learn the same way. Coming up with different ways to present the information to the students is always optimal for their learning. I believe in inclusion and try to make all my students feel important and build their self confidence. I can follow curriculum given or create my own given enough time.
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