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
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?