Maybe you've got a promising young athlete on the T-Ball team, or maybe you just like giving back to the community. These youth coaching articles will keep your team going strong.
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Although Pop Warner is the largest youth football organization in the country, there are many areas without a local program. If you live in one of these areas and know of any families who would like to sign their kids up, you might be able to start a team.
By Jane McGrath
Youth cheerleading is a great way to get kids involved in a physical group activity. As a coach for a Pop Warner cheerleading squad, your job is to ensure activities are safe, productive and fun for everyone.
By Jane McGrath
Pop Warner is an organization offering football, cheerleading and dancing programs to kids. The football program is divided into age and weight classes to keep safety a top priority. Where would your peewee player fit in?
By Sara Elliott
What do Snoop Dogg, Mandy Moore and Darrell Waltrip have in common? Surprisingly, they all were involved with Pop Warner Youth Football. Find out who else made our list of participants who found success outside of the NFL.
Some of the rules and equipment of youth basketball differ from the game played by older athletes and professionals, but learning the basics can be fundamental for kids' personal and physical growth. As a coach, how can you prepare them to play?
Coaching a youth football team takes more than just a love for the sport. What ideas, skills and strategies do you need to emphasize to get your players game-ready?
By Gina Fisher
If your child is one of the 3 million registered youth soccer players in the U.S., then you may find yourself coaching a team one day. What rules, skills and techniques do you need to teach your players?
You have balls, bats, gloves and a group of eager children ready to play America's favorite pastime. What rules, skills and drills do you need to teach young players as a Little League baseball coach?
By Gina Fisher
You may be an accomplished skater with impressive puck-handling skills, but teaching children to play hockey can still be challenging. How can you succeed at coaching youth hockey?
You may have a great serve and a killer spike, but it takes more than skills and sports experience to coach youth volleyball.
From sprints and hurdles to pole vaults and high jumps, the term "track and field" encompasses a variety of events. How can you be a successful youth coach for all of these sports?
: Introducing your children to the game of golf can be a rewarding experience for both you and your kids. What's the best way to teach your children to golf?
Some of the rules of tennis might initially be confusing for many children -- and perhaps a few adults, too. What are some ways to make the game fun while teaching it to kids?
Coaching youth sports can mean more than dealing with the kids' immature behavior. Sometimes their parents act that way, too. As a coach, how can you prevent this from happening?
By Jane McGrath
Getting kids interested in sports might be easy, but keeping them motivated could be a little more difficult. Try these tips to help your kids stick with their sport once they've started.
As your kid begins playing sports, there's going to be a call for a parent to volunteer as team coach and spend the next several months attempting to herd cats. If the coaching position is going to be filled by a random parent, why shouldn't it be you?
By Tom Scheve