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Youth sports coaching - Don't forget these, too.

Create a learning environment. Learning comes from using many of the players’ senses - seeing, hearing, and feeling. Some players are visual learners, some audio and most experiential. Many players are a combination of all those. Coaches must provide helpful demonstrations, clear explanations, and the drills that adjust muscle memory.
Ask questions. “Who can tell me what I mean by that?” “What did u see?” “What do you do when this occurs?” are examples of questions that keep players accountable for learning. Teaching players to keep their heads up, their eyes open and their minds focused are the keys to learning.

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