Coaching Youth Lacrosse

Front Cover
American Sport Education Program
Human Kinetics, 2003 - Business & Economics - 288 pages
1 Review


This new edition of Coaching Youth Lacrosse is part of the improved generation of the American Sport Education Program's (ASEP) Coaching Youth Sports series. A widely respected and highly popular series, this is the best collection of youth sport-specific guides, which are grounded in positive coaching principles.

ASEP, the nation's No. 1 coaching education program, developed Coaching Youth Lacrosse to provide coaches with both an explanation of their role and concrete instructions on fulfilling that role. Coaching Youth Lacrosse contains specific programs for both boys and girls lacrosse, including specifics on equipment, season plans, games and tactics. You will find chapters on communicating with your athletes and their parents, teaching and developing lacrosse skills, planning and conducting practices, and coaching during games.

This second edition includes a special chapter on the games approach to coaching lacrosse, which makes practice more fun for the kids and teaching more effective for you, the coach.

 

What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

Contents

chapter Girls Lacrosse Rules
62
chapter Girls Lacrosse Skills and Tactics
86
chapter Girls Lacrosse Season Plans
149
chapter Boys Lacrosse Rules
159
chapterD Boys Lacrosse Skills and Tactics
177
chapter Boys Lacrosse Season Plans
257
US Lacrosse Programs and Services
285
Copyright

Other editions - View all

Common terms and phrases

About the author (2003)


The American Sport Education Program (ASEP) is the most widely used and respected sport education program in the United States. More than 30 states now require ASEP courses for their high school coaches, and more than 200 universities use ASEP courses and resources. Over one million people--coaches, parents, and directors alike--have used ASEP products since the program began in 1981. The ASEP headquarters is located in Champaign, Illinios.

Bibliographic information