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Pop Warner Football Changes Practice Rules

In response to growing concerns over head injuries in football, Pop Warner, the nation’s largest youth football organization, announced rule changes on Wednesday that will limit the amount of full-speed collisions and other contact allowed in practice. The issue of brain injuries sustained on the football field […]

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Great Flag Football Coaching Tips

If you are a Flag Football Coach or know a Flag Football Coach, these are a must have! CoachFlagFootball.com has great flag football coaching materials covering all aspects of the game.  The Coach Flag Football Combo includes 3 books. The Coach Flag Football Book Flag Football Drills […]

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Concussions and Young Athletes – Recognition Signs for Coaches

Concussions are a very serious injury. A youth sports coach must do all in his or her power to prevent, recognize and respond to this injury.  The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has some very informative articles on the subject of concussions. According to the […]

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In Youth Sports, Remember It’s Only a Game

Canada Hockey has put out some great public service announcements. It really makes you think. If one sort of behavior is not acceptable in certain situations involving children, then why is it deemed acceptable in the youth sports arena? You would never hear a parent yell at […]

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Top 5 Tips for Coaching Your Own Child

Legendary high school basketball coach Bob Hurley coached both of his sons.  Both went on to play Division I College Basketball and one went on to the NBA.  When asked for advice on how to go about coaching your own children, he laughed and said “Good Luck!” […]

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Youth Sports and Life

There is no question that sports are a great influence in the development of a child.  During the developmental years, a child is growing physically, emotionally and psychologically.  In these developmental years, most children are also involved in some type of organized sport. So, in addition to […]

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Coach’s #1 Concern Should be Safety

The recent on the field accident involving minor league manager Luis Salazar reminds us of the safety issues surrounding all organized sports.  It is a youth coach’s responsibility to make sure all his/her players are safe. Salazar was standing on the top step of the dugout when […]

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High School Basketball Coach Bob Hurley Records 1,000 Win!

Saint Anthony’s High School basketball coach, Bob Hurley, recorded his 1,000 career victory Wednesday Feb 2 with a 76-46 victory over neighboring rival St. Mary.  There was a time where the Jersey City New Jersey coach never would have imagined he would record that many wins.

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Get Ready for Teeball!

CoachTeeball.com offers Great Teeball Coaching Materials.  The Coaching Tee Ball and the Tee Ball Drills & Sample Practices Books are specifically designed with the Young TeeBall Player in mind! These Books Are: Easy to follow with Step by Step Instructions including Pictures & Diagrams Designed Specifically with […]

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Inspirational Touchdown by a Special Football Player

Ike Ditzenberger is like a lot of other 17-year-old high school football players. He dreams of playing college football, attends daily practices. Most of the time he toils away in offensive drills. The description could fit thousands of teenagers, except for one crucial detail: Ike Ditzenberger has […]

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