Positive Reinforcement – Youth Sports

Bear in mind that children react more efficiently to encouragement and praise as compared to negative assessments and criticism. The goal of the coach should be to encourage a lifelong love of fitness for the kids.

Having said that, here is a short routine sample that you as a coach can put a group of young athletes through so as to give them the right moving direction to optimum fitness.

When developing sports training for youths, you are supposed to have a more involved mindset and more profound knowledge together with different tools. The demand for services that teach young people sports skills is on the rise. Many parents seek their children to acquire at least basic athletic techniques so as to keep them physically fit.

However, these trainers ought to know that they are dealing with young people and due to this fact, they should take certain measures when developing the routines. Children are not small adults. Therefore, they should not be pressured to win since they can eventually end up losing interest in the whole exercise.

The trainers are also urged to seize from putting too much emphasis on teaching game specific skills and throwing the general athletic skills outside the window. These skills are the determining factors that determine the winning and losing team.

General athletic skills such as landing, jumping, lunging, skipping, hopping and twisting lay the general foundation of game specific skills. These skills also kill two birds with one stone since the kids can remain healthy and become successful athletes at the same instance.

Lets promote a healthy and athletic future for the upcoming generation. They say an apple a day keeps the doctor away but we can also say that a lap a day will surely help keep the doctor away.

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Husband, Father of two 'sports crazed' boys, Sports Marketing Executive by day, youth sports Coach by night/weekend.

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