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Sunday, February 14, 2010

Developing Youth Soccer Players Discount 30%

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Save 30% on Developing Youth Football Players Developing Youth Football Players combines proven coaching methods with over 150 games that allow young athletes to develop their skills, understand team play and appreciate the sport. From fundamental skills and goalkeeping to tactics and game intelligence, this book covers it all, making it easy to incorporate each lesson into your program for players aged 7 to 14. Order now using discount code E3806 and save 30%!

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Ensure that your young footballers reach their potential! Developing Youth Football Players combines proven coaching methods with engaging games that allow young athletes to develop their skills, understand team play and appreciate the sport. Author Horst Wein provides more than 150 games, corrective exercises, and competitions for players aged 7 to 14. Based on the internationally renowned Football Development Model, training and coaching methods are divided into four levels, resulting in the best age-appropriate coaching resource available. From fundamental skills and goalkeeping to tactics and game intelligence, Developing Youth Football Players covers it all with clear writing and colourful illustrations, making it easy to incorporate each lesson into your programme.Developing Youth Football Players will help you become a better teacher and coach. Use it to give your players a great start to a successful football career.

Contents- http://www.humankinetics.com/products/all-products/developing-youth-football-players?associate=4945
Chapter 1. The Natural Development of Young PlayersChapter 2. A Successful Approach to Coaching FootballChapter 3. Coaching Age-Appropriate FootballChapter 4. Games for Basic Abilities and CapacitiesChapter 5. Developing Football Game IntelligenceChapter 6. Games for Mini-FootballChapter 7. Games for 7-on-7 FootballChapter 8. Developing Young GoalkeepersChapter 9. Games for 8-on-8 FootballEpilogue Taking Football Into the Future

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