The Complete Idiot's Guide to Coaching Youth Soccer (Idiot's Guides)

The Complete Idiot's Guide to Coaching Youth Soccer (Idiot's Guides)

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  • 製本 Paperback:紙装版/ペーパーバック版/ページ数 312 p.
  • 言語 ENG,ENG
  • 商品コード 9781592570577
  • DDC分類 796

Table of Contents

  Part 1: Suiting Up                               1  (67)
Getting Started 3 (14)
Putting Your Team Together 4 (2)
New Experiences 5 (1)
Responsibility and Reward 5 (1)
Exercise, Exercise, Exercise 5 (1)
Let's Get Social! 5 (1)
A Stronger Sense of Self 6 (1)
Getting Started 6 (4)
You Need a Place to Play 6 (2)
You Need a Ball 8 (1)
Shirts, Shoes, and Shin-guards 8 (1)
Cones, Whistles, and Coaching Supplies 9 (1)
The Basics of the Beautiful Game 10 (3)
Playing the Game 10 (3)
Playing the Right Positions 13 (1)
By the Numbers: How Age Affects Play 14 (2)
Under 6 14 (1)
Under 8 14 (1)
Under 10 15 (1)
Under 12 15 (1)
Age 12 and Beyond 15 (1)
Coaching the Future 16 (1)
Understanding Soccer Culture 17 (10)
America Before Soccer 17 (2)
Give Me Your Tired, Your Poor...Your 18 (1)
Soccer Players
Your Gym Teacher Was Ahead of the Times 18 (1)
A Little Soccer History 19 (1)
Soccer Mania 20 (1)
The Biggest Cup in the World 20 (1)
Make the Most of the Differences! 20 (1)
Who's Who in Youth Soccer 21 (6)
Where You Fit In 23 (1)
Good Coaches Care About Their Teams 23 (1)
Good Coaches Know What They're Talking 23 (1)
About
Good Coaches Train with Empathy and 24 (1)
Intelligence
Good Coaches Are Enthusiastic 24 (3)
The Coach in You 27 (10)
What Is a Coach, Anyway? 28 (1)
Finding the Coach Within You 29 (1)
Pedaling Back in Time 29 (1)
Cultivating Your Inner Coach 30 (3)
Know the Game 31 (1)
Lead by Example 31 (1)
Remember Who You're Dealing With 31 (1)
Teach Skills and Strategy 32 (1)
Keep Everyone Involved 32 (1)
Developing Your Coaching Style 33 (4)
The Cheerleader 33 (1)
The Tactical Technician 34 (1)
The Commander 34 (1)
The Builder 35 (2)
Developing Your Coaching Skills 37 (12)
Your Coaching Philosophy 38 (1)
Taking the Developmental Approach 38 (3)
Know Your Team 39 (1)
Take It Slow 40 (1)
Show and Tell 40 (1)
Train to Compete 40 (1)
Make It Easy! 40 (1)
Sign on the Dotted Line, Coach! 41 (2)
Developing a Player ``Contract'' 43 (1)
Putting the Finishing Touches on Your 44 (5)
Coach-ness
The Elements of Team Building 49 (6)
Teamwork by Definition 50 (1)
Applying the Teamwork Process 51 (2)
Commandment 1: Teamwork has physical 51 (1)
and intellectual components
Commandment 2: Teamwork is sometimes as 52 (1)
difficult to learn as it is to teach
Commandment 3: Teamwork begins early 52 (1)
and never ends
Commandment 4: Even very advanced 52 (1)
players need to understand and
appreciate the team concept
Commandment 5: Without teamwork, there 52 (1)
is no team
Teamwork Training Drills 53 (2)
Dealing with Soccer Parents 55 (12)
Harnessing Mom and Dad's Energy 56 (1)
Anatomy of a Soccer Parent 56 (2)
Defining Your Parental Strategy 58 (4)
First, Have a Plan 58 (3)
Your Team's Budget 61 (1)
Drafting Your Parental ``Team'' 62 (1)
Developing Your Coaching Staff 63 (1)
Writing a Playing Contract with Parents 64 (3)
Part 2: Training Daze 67 (60)
The Four Pillars of Soccer Wisdom 69 (10)
The Philosophy of Play 70 (1)
The Philosophy of Sports 71 (1)
Sports level the social playing field 71 (1)
Sports let us get physical 71 (1)
Sports cultivate self-esteem 72 (1)
Sports cultivate self-fulfillment 72 (1)
Defining the Four Pillars of Soccer 72 (2)
Technical Aspects of Play 73 (1)
Tactical Mastery of the Game 74 (5)
The Psychological Characteristics of 75 (1)
Performance
Physical Traits of the Players and 76 (3)
Their Efforts
Principles of Play and Practice Design 79 (8)
Plan, Then Practice 80 (1)
Designing the Practice 81 (5)
Pre-Practice Activity (10--15 Minutes) 82 (1)
Coach's Introduction and Practice 82 (1)
Concept Discussion (About 5 Minutes)
Warm Ups and Stretches (About 10 83 (1)
Minutes)
Practice A: Skills Development 83 (1)
Practice B: Playing the Game 84 (1)
Cool Down and Wrap Up (10 Minutes) 85 (1)
It's Game Day! 86 (1)
Tools of the Players' Trade and How to 87 (16)
Teach Them
The Fundamentals of Teaching Fundamentals 88 (2)
Learning the Skills 90 (1)
Dribbling 90 (4)
Take It Step by Step---Literally! 92 (1)
Follow the Curve 93 (1)
Passing and Receiving 94 (4)
Put Your Whole Body into the Kick 94 (1)
Foot Positions Are Key 94 (1)
Receiving the Pass 95 (1)
Juggling the Ball 96 (2)
Heading the Ball 98 (2)
Shooting the Goal 100(1)
Combination Drills 101(2)
Skills and Drills 103(14)
Warm-Up Exercises 104(2)
Hurdler's Stretch 104(1)
Tripod Stretch 105(1)
Toe Touch 106(1)
Keeping Warm Ups Fun 106(2)
Relay Tag 107(1)
Stoplight 107(1)
Rotation 107(1)
Dribbling Drills 108(2)
Zigzag 108(1)
Zigzag Tag 109(1)
Crablegs 109(1)
Foxes and Rabbits 109(1)
Passing and Receiving 110(1)
Basic Catch 110(1)
Triple Play 110(1)
Round Robin 111(1)
Juggling or Mastering Ball Control 111(1)
Up the Ladder 112(1)
Double Ladders 112(1)
Heading 112(1)
Basic Headball 112(1)
Shooting the Goal 113(1)
Cool-Down Exercises 114(3)
Athlete Health, Conditioning, and Safety 117(10)
Get a Physical Before Getting Physical 118(2)
Health Problems You Should Know About 119(1)
It's Gotta Be Pain Free 120(1)
Understanding Athletic Stress 120(1)
Promoting Healthy Lifestyles 121(2)
Young Players Are What They Eat 123(2)
Balance Your Diet Effectively and 123(1)
Completely
Stay Hydrated 124(1)
Be Wary of Nutritional Supplements 124(1)
Pre-Game Meals 125(2)
Three or More Hours Before Exercise or 125(1)
Game
Two to Three Hours Before Activity 125(1)
One to Two Hours Before Activity 125(2)
Part 3: Playing the Game 127(126)
Understanding and Applying Strategies 129(18)
Got Plans? 130(1)
Getting to Know the Field 130(3)
Know Your Players 133(1)
Systems of Play 134(8)
The 4-4-2 134(2)
The 4-3-3 136(1)
The 4-2-4 137(2)
The 3-5-2 139(1)
The 3-6-1 140(2)
Defining Your Youth Soccer Strategy 142(5)
The Characteristics of Defense 147(14)
It's Time to Get Defensive! 148(1)
Defensive Positions and Play 148(3)
Zone vs. Player-to-Player Defense 151(1)
Factors in Defense 152(3)
Pressuring the Offense 152(1)
Providing Defensive Support or Cover 153(1)
Tracking Your Opponent 154(1)
Attacking the Ball 154(1)
Taking Control of the Ball 155(1)
A Closer Look at Tackling 156(3)
Toe Pokes 157(1)
Funnelings 157(1)
Block Tackles 157(1)
Sliding Tackles 158(1)
Defense Comes Into Its Own 159(2)
A Good Offense 161(12)
Assuming the Forward Position 162(1)
The Forwards 162(1)
The Midfielders 163(1)
Systems of Play = Offensive Strategies 163(2)
Tools of the Offense 165(5)
Moving the ball toward the goal is an 165(1)
important part of the offense, making
dribbling skills crucial
Good passing and receiving skills will 165(2)
mean greater success
Basic Passing Shots 167(2)
Putting the Ball in the Air: The Chip 169(1)
Shot
Teach Passes According to Skill Level 170(1)
Shooting the Goal 170(3)
The Care and Feeding of Goalkeepers 173(12)
What Sets Goalkeepers Apart 174(1)
Catches and Saves 175(6)
Catch Me If You Can 176(4)
Other Ways to Make a Save 180(1)
Don't Just Stand There! 181(2)
Goalkeeper Positioning 181(1)
The Near Post Save 182(1)
Supporting the Defense 183(1)
Giving It the Boot! 183(2)
Restarts 185(16)
When the Ball Goes Out of Bounds 185(1)
Identifying Restart Opportunities 186(6)
Corner Kicks 186(3)
Free Kicks 189(2)
Goal Kicks 191(1)
Throw-ins 192(1)
Offensive and Defensive Strategies 192(9)
Executing a Corner Kick: The Flood 193(1)
Defending a Corner Kick: Zone in the 194(1)
Goal
Executing a Direct Free Kick: The Peel 195(1)
Out
Executing an Indirect Free Kick: The 196(1)
Castle
Throw-ins: Isolation and Triangle 197(1)
Practice Makes Perfect! 198(3)
Understanding Match Analysis 201(8)
Analyzing the Field Options 202(1)
Scouting the Opposition 203(4)
Checking Out Their Defense 203(2)
Looking Over Their Offense 205(2)
Teaching Change 207(2)
Demand Concentration 207(1)
Practice Hard and Well 207(1)
Set Goals 207(1)
Conserve and Direct Energy 208(1)
Stay in the Day 208(1)
Team Tactics: Attack and Defense 209(8)
Mounting a Team Offense 210(2)
Offensive Teamwork 210(1)
Offensive Strategies and Field Positions 211(1)
Developing Team Defense 212(2)
Attack Aggressively and Unremittingly 212(1)
Funnel the Position to Protect the Goal 213(1)
Protect the Space Goalside 213(1)
Watch for Tackle and Passing Options 214(1)
Force the Opposition into Predictable 214(1)
Patterns
The Value of Teamwork 214(3)
Preventing Goals 217(8)
Make No Mistake 218(1)
The Problem with Goals 218(1)
Giving the Ball Away 219(2)
Design and stick to an offensive 220(1)
strategy
Think two or three steps ahead before 220(1)
taking advantage of unexpected
opportunity
Learn to recognize the characteristics 220(1)
of opportunity
Pressuring the Ball Carrier 221(1)
Make sure the defender sticks close to 221(1)
the ball carrier
Make sure the defender is between the 221(1)
ball carrier and is in position to
block shots on goal
Supporting the Challenger 222(1)
Tracking Your Opposition 222(1)
The Perils of Restarts 223(2)
Beyond the Game 225(28)
Now What? 226(1)
Did I do the right thing by my players? 226(1)
Did I coach my team developmentally, 226(1)
helping them learn the techniques in
ways that they could master?
Did I expect the best from my players 226(1)
and teach them to expect the best from
themselves?
As coach, did I lead by example? 227(1)
Don't Forget Your Role 227(1)
Beyond Play 228(3)
Encourage players to follow the pro 228(1)
teams
Encourage their involvement in 228(1)
professional soccer groups and
associations
Create an appreciation for soccer as a 229(2)
lifetime recreational activity
Appendixes
A Glossary 231(8)
B Youth Soccer Organizations 239(6)
C Soccer Resources 245(8)
Index 253