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Youth Sports Club

The Youth Sports Club is dedicated to making baseball practices more stimulating and fun while at the same time teaching the fundamental skills it takes to succeed at playing, coaching and instructing the great game of baseball. The Youth Sports Club teaches the "progressive method" of coaching which is to feed bit pieces of baseball instruction over the course of a season through practices that combine fundamentals and fun. Marty Schupak, president has produced 12 baseball instructional videos as well as 5 baseball books. The most popular are "The 59 Minute Baseball Practice"video and the ebook, Baseball Coaching: A Guide For The Youth Coach and Parent. The Youth Sports Club has also become distributors for Jugs, Rawlings, Diamond Sports and Muhl Tech and is available to assist individuals, leagues and organizations when purchasing equipment.

Follow Marty Schupak's blog on youth baseball to learn the best practice methods around!

Location: Valley Cottage, New York
Members: 27
Latest Activity: May 8, 2018

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Comment by Marty Schupak on September 6, 2015 at 3:56pm

I want to invite you all to read my latest article on Check Swing:


Youth Baseball and Lessons of Life

Just click on the below link. I'd love to hear your comments!

Marty Schupak's newest article on youth baseball

Comment by Marty Schupak on April 5, 2015 at 8:42pm

As youth baseball coaches we also have to be an educator.

I'm inviting everyone in my group to read my latest blog post that will make your

season run smoother::

Coaching Techniques That Work

Comment by Marty Schupak on March 6, 2015 at 3:23pm

Hi Coach!

Have you ever gotten to a field to practice and could not use the field?

This has happened to me more than once. Please check out my latest article on:

Practicing When No Field Is Available

Comment by Bryan LeBlanc on March 5, 2015 at 9:03am

Good stuff Marty. I especially like the tips on getting kids to practice on time. That's always an issue. I, personally, think that kids are late because of the parents though. Maybe we should bring 3 Starbucks coffees to every practice and give them to the first three parents that show up!

Comment by Marty Schupak on March 4, 2015 at 11:36pm

My practice are short and upbeat. Never more that 60-90 minutes.

If a player arrives 15 minutes late, he can lose out on 20-25% of our practice.

Here is a video tip that will almost guarantee members of your team show up on time.

Getting Kids To Practice On Time

Comment by Marty Schupak on March 1, 2015 at 3:17pm

Click on the above link for my latest blog articles on youth coaching.


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