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Blogs | Coaching Children (Ages 5-12)

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Coaching Children (Ages 5-12)

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  • Too Much, Too Young?

    Too Much, Too Young?

    In pursuit of excellence, children are specialising in one sport at an ever-younger age. This usually pays rapid dividends, but, as Coaching Edge’s Mike Dale discovers, it also carries long-...
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  • When Dads Go Bad

    When Dads Go Bad

    Interfering in decisions, yelling instructions and shouting abuse are, sadly, common examples of parents’ behaviour that erode both the coach’s authority and children’s enjoyment. Mike Dale ...
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  • Young at heart

    Young at heart

    Coaching young children is a skill – a precise skill that requires many qualities that are different to those possessed by other coaches. Amanda Twigg, the 2014 Aegon Children’s Tennis Coach...
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  • Important information to consider when coaching children outdoors

    Important information to consider when coaching children outdoors

    Guest Blog: With schools just about to break up for the summer holidays, Michelle Baker from The Outdoor Kids Sun Safety Code provides us with important information to consider when coaching...
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