By Greg Winkler
Training a Season of importance used to be written via a football trainer for football coaches, although, some of the rules can be used through any trainer for any recreation. The e-book takes you from the start of the season, association, environment targets, demanding situations alongside the way in which, to the realization of the season with a ceremonial dinner.
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The boys would start practice, change 59 quick, take the picture, and finish practice. We were able to get something accomplished during our practice session. The girls, on the other hand, made the team photo the top priority. We could not practice beforehand because it would mess up their hair and by the time we finished the team shot and individual pictures, our allotted practice time was over. Now, when coaching girls, picture day is a non-training day for us. Team building and team bonding activities are very important to me.
Beyond the middle school team, a recreational league was offered that gave opportunities to those who either did not make the school team or just wanted to have fun playing basketball in a looser environment. It was a fairly large middle school and the seventh-grade coach had two cut periods. On both occasions, the coach posted names on a sheet and hung it on the bulletin board in the gym before the boys left for the night. Brent was a good athlete and made the first cut, and while he was happy he was on the list, he felt bad for his friends that were not.
When my youngest son Brent was in seventh grade he was encouraged to try out for the middle school basketball team. The school had a team of ten that traveled throughout the region and played other middle schools. Beyond the middle school team, a recreational league was offered that gave opportunities to those who either did not make the school team or just wanted to have fun playing basketball in a looser environment. It was a fairly large middle school and the seventh-grade coach had two cut periods.