Many rivers to cross, many mountains to climb, so many drills to use, which one do you chose. Well actually, it depends on what one wants to do.
For when putting together a training program, one can begin to get bogged down in the plethora of choices that are available, and when one divides it by the time available, suddenly using all the drills, exercises and games is just not possible.
If one wants to see how much is out there, pick a sport and start searching the coaching websites, and soon one will be swamped with choices of what to use.
Rugby Coaching Websites
Football Coaching Websites
Netball Coaching Websites
Ice Hockey Coaching Websites
Field Hockey Coaching Websites
Badminton Coaching Websites
Hurling Coaching Websites
Lacrosse Coaching websites
So how does one decide what drills, exercises and games to use. Simple, decide what one wants to achieve, for example:
One can be coaching for individual skill development
One can be coaching form team play development
So the real question when coaching a team becomes, how do you wrap both components into a 1 hour practice?
As one can see, we aren’t stuck for a lack of information, it’s in knowing which information to use, for the situation that we’re in, for as players develop and grow, coaches must develop and grow too