All coaches on the coaching staff should have practice plans and all coaches should be on the same page. It is vital to keep youth football players busy in practice, no kids should be aimlessly standing around. When managing practices, make sure they are up tempo and enthusiastic. Coaches need to be able to manage multiple players at once.
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Virtually all high school programs mandate that their players and coaches take courses and tests about overall safety, Heat acclimatization, hydration and head and neck safety in tackling. Many schools offer pre-tests with software programs like “Impact” to establish baseline mental cognitive levels for student athletes so if they sustain
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We need better and more in-depth safety courses that become requirements for coaches. This falls on the shoulders of the youth football organizations. They cannot allow inexperienced coaches that are only there because their kid is coaching to be the head coach (I am not saying they cannot coach, but they need to have a certain amount of
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In youth football many coaches just call plays based on what they think or hope will work. Here are highlights of our favorite Wing T Offense Plays. Plays highlighted: Buck, Jet Sweep, Jet Power, Rocket Sweep, Trap, Down, Belly, Counter, Wedge, Post-Wheel, and Seam.
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