Every year over 10 million young people, ages 6-12, are engaged in athletic competition. This also means that at least as many parents and coaches are involved.
In their most impressionable years,... More > are these unknown athletes receiving the coaching they need and the parental support that is critical? We see and hear abuses all the time.
This book is designed to give parents and coaches a foundation for providing an environment for the Unknown Athlete that insures that the experience is everything that it could be and more. It has no intent to malign the efforts already made by those coaches and parents currently.
The kids do not dictate the success of the athletic experience. The accountability lies with the adults. Following the coaching available in Hey Mom, Where’s my Glove? will insure fulfillment on that accountability.< Less
For the 25 years that Rolland Todd coached the game of basketball there was one thing that you could count on—his team would be proficient at running the fast break. The most exciting thing... More > that happens in any basketball game, other than maybe a last second shot to win, is a finely executed fast break.
He knew as a player that it was the best part of the game for him, and felt sure that all the players he coached felt the same. He was always fine-tuning, adding to the effectiveness of teaching it and the execution that followed.
Even though 25 years have passed, Coach Todd sees no reason to change his mind. A keen observer of basketball today, it seemed to him that teams professed to want a running game, but were missing the boat as to what it takes to have one at a high level.
This small book has everything a coach will need to develop his or her own Ultimate Fast Break. Read, enjoy and then let’s get it on.< Less