”There is no technique for kids. There is an efficient (good) and inefficient (bad) technique.
How to prepare for unknown situations in the game?
Every player is an integral human being consisting of numerous characteristics and capabilities, which are present in different proportions and linked in different ways for each individual player.
How do we train players to find the best solution and perform well?
Repeating what is already known is a feature of machines. This process is called automation.
We want to develop players who will choose the best solution in every situation,
even if that means it’s not the safest one.
Exercises should not be collected, but rather created depending on the practices' goals.
How to coach kid to maximize all his potentials?
How to coach them without fitting them into our frameworks?
How to prepare for the emotional rollercoaster of an official game?
How to prepare your team so that they feel comfortable in these situations?
How to teach a player to read the situation?
How to teach him to move with purpose, with and without the ball?
The obedience or resistance in a relationship with the coach is not a mental process that encourages self-awareness and creativity.
The way we say something, could be more significant than what we say. When nonverbal and verbal messages are in conflict, nonverbal ones will prevail.