In this video I share basketball coaching advice I think all beginner coaches should know.
Here is the video…
My name is Coach Rowe and welcome to this the very first episode of The Coach Approach.
If this is your first time here, I want to let you know, I’ve got 30 years of coaching experience helping both coaches attain their coaching accreditation here in Australia.
And also, I’ve coached thousands upon thousands of athletes over the last 3 decades in any number of programs.
Everything from 4 year olds right through to senior men’s and women’s representative teams and also state athletes as well.
So, I can offer a whole heap of different approaches that I’m going to share with you on The Coach Approach in coming episodes.
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0:00 Coach Craig Rowe’s Introduction
1:31 Teach the FUNdamentals
2:00 Body Movement Fundamantals
3:05 Winning – What’s Important Now?
4:23 Seek Better Ways
6:45 Coach Players Not Just Plays
7:36 How Players Learn
8:23 Observe Your Athletes
10:54 Coaching Resource Library
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Disclaimer: Basketball, like many sports, may result in serious injury or even death. Drills and ideas contained in OzSwoosh videos are demonstrations only. Coaches and players re-enacting the drills, or following advice, do so at their own risk. Also, children should always play under the supervision of a responsible adult.