When you go to coaching school for a license or a diploma with either the US Soccer Federation (USSF) or United Soccer Coaches (USC) you have an opportunity to deliver a coaching session titled 'practice coaching'. It is a valuable moment in coaching school because you get to practice the methodology of the class, and you also get feedback.
How many times do you get that, in your day-day coaching life?
So I created practice coaching whereby I snip a clip from a recent game (typically something that is trending) and share it via Twitter to engage coaches to share their own thoughts.
I am asking that you participate and then share. Everyone is invited to respond with 2 things:
1 - What they are seeing, and why.
2 - What they would do to address this trend in their next practice.
No idea shall be called a name.
Anyone is free to ask a question of 1 or 2, but shall not give an opinion on someone else's 1 or 2.
Most recent - Content from thetechniquetrainer (on IG)
With the question:
What are you doing to encourage / facilitate
your players to think like this?