11 Tips On How To Coach In Blowout Games
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Let’s face it, despite the best organizational efforts to create well-balanced teams and schedules, blowouts are going to happen. Even when well-matched teams meet, one plays extraordinarily well, while the other struggles; star players have piano recitals; or the ball just takes funny bounces. That’s the nature of youth sports. We need to be prepared for coaching in blowout games from both the losing and the winning ends.
This resource provides guidelines and specific, practical tips on how to make the most of a blowout, whether you are coaching the team that is ahead or the team that is behind. Even in these lopsided games, life lessons and opportunities for character development are plentiful, and this resource will help you make sure your youth athletes take as much from the experience as possible.