Absolute Beginner's Guide to Coaching Youth Baseball by Tom Hanlon

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Are you ready to coach the Cubs to a championship victory? How about a little league or T-ball championship? Not ready for either one? We can help! Absolute Beginner's Guide to Coaching Youth Baseball is a beginning youth baseball coach's ultimate reference guide. Your practice time is probably already limited, so don't waste it trying to figure out what to do. Plan ahead with our easy-to-follow chapters that cover: identifying your roles and expectations as a coach, tailoring instruction to your age group, creating a safe playing environment, knowing how to coach effectively during games, celebrating victories and much more. Our book web page will be a coaching resource as well, with downloadable practice plans, emergency information cards, injury reports, awards and certificates, and season evaluation forms. Go into day 1 as if its day 1001 of your coaching career with the help of Absolute Beginner's Guide to Coaching Youth Baseball.

 

About Tom Hanlon

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Tom Hanlon has 19 years of professional writing experience - as a journalist, editor of two coaching magazines, curriculum writer for a coaching division of a publishing company, and book writer and ghost writer for nationally-prominent authors. Tom ghostwrote Teens Can Make It Happen (Simon and Schuster) for Stedman Graham; this book made the New York Times bestseller list in 2000. He has written all or major portions of 39 other books, including seven sport officiating guides, and numerous coaches' guides (including baseball; softball; soccer; basketball; and volleyball, among others). Tom has played numerous sports himself and has experience as a youth sport coach.
 
Published May 13, 2005 by Que Publishing. 312 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Sports & Outdoors. Non-fiction