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What NOT To Do As A Youth Baseball Coach – Really! — 2 Comments

  1. There is nothing worse to experience as a kid who plays sports than your coach getting upset. It does seem like a thing that could very easily make kids not want to play anymore. Kids a lot of the time think that it is their fault an adult is getting angry. So, it seems like a good idea to find a coach that has a very level head.

    • Hey Emily.
      I couldn’t agree more.
      Patience is the key to player development, especially with young kids.
      If you end up with a coach who can’t keep a level head and is constantly yelling and screaming instead of actually coaching and teaching, it’s ok to express your concerns.
      Way too often I see parents who look the other way and allow coaches to act like fools and this can easily make a young kid loose their passion for the game.

      Talk to the coach and if your issues can’t be resolved, meet with the league president. Do whatever you need to do to resolve the issue.
      Don’t allow your kid to loose their passion for the game. There are many valuable lessons to be learned on the field and we will not allow one bad coach to ruin it.

      Thanks for weighing in with your opinion and taking the time to share it with us. 🙂

      Thanks for stopping by ~Jeremy

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