This article will go over some of the best activities to use when trying to develop your forwards. Furthermore, in doing these activities you will also be working on your defenders’ techniques and positions. Most of these activities require both attackers and defenders. Remember to always rotate your players back and forth between being attackers […]
Category: "Coach Development"
Each coach should plan to have a vision and a goal for the pre-season training sessions. All the activities you choose, including the warm-ups, should relate back to what your overall yearly objective is. Yearly Goal. Each team, regardless of age or ability should have at least one, if not several goals. These goals drive […]
It’s important that you use the people willing to help in constructive ways. Firstly; it’s important so you as a coach do not have to do everything on game day. Secondly; you can give parents specific roles so they have a focus on game day and therefore, be more productive whilst being at the […]
At all levels of junior footy, you should rotate your players through a variety of positions. There will be situations where some players are obviously suited to better to key positions. As we still want to rotate players through all areas of the ground, it is also important to consider teaching some of your players […]
One of the hardest things to do as a coach, at almost all levels, is to rotate players into different positions. Especially in junior footy, the main aim is to give all players the chance to try as many positions as possible. As you may have seen in the AFL, players can be drafted as […]
Now that it’s starting to get into the season and a little colder, it’s important to make sure the energy level is up coming into the last section of the season. There is still plenty of time to introduce new ways in which to impact your players in terms of skill and tactical development. […]