I base my teaching of sports on the knowledge I learned as a kid being coached by my dad and several other coaches and playing organized sports. Everyone is different, so adapting to each person is important. Please contact me if interested.
I believe you get what you give, and strive to push my athletes to become the best they can be. I have coached under 3 state coaches of the year, as well as experience with a very successful college program. Like any solid structure, quality is built from the very basics and working toward the best product possible.
We will start with stretching and warm ups and then move into drills. Training will vary from focusing on technique and mechanics one session to focusing on drills that will strengthen certain skills and develop tools. I believe it is useless doing multiple different things that target different areas in one session.
I approach each topic with an I do, we do, you do mentality. We will walk through the steps together before looking at you doing it yourself. In addition, when conducting the practice yourself, I will help to positively connect technique and give notes and instructions for improvement and what to work on moving forward.
FUN and FUNDAMENTALS - Those are the key words. Baseball is a great game and I want young people to have fun playing it. They can also develop great skills and enjoy fitness benefits. I work with tee-ballers just starting out, through proficient players working on their swing, to catchers wanting to master the finer points of the position.
16 years as a Physical Education Teacher working with General and Special Needs Students 22 years as a High School Football Coach 13 years as a Head High School Football Coach California Coaching Certification Up to date on all new Strength, Conditioning, Speed, and Flexibility Training I am able to adjust my lessons and my drills at that moment to best benefit the student I am patient,...
Hello my name is Daniel Bell, I'm 23 years old, I attend Santa Rosa junior college. With my time being here I have found a passion for mathematics, and being someone who struggles with not only school but math specifically, I feel that I can teach the skills and tools that I now have to succeed and really learn the material that is expected of you.
My teaching method is to first make sure that there is a strong foundation of the fundamentals of a subject that can be built upon, layer by layer. We cannot tackle calculus without a strong foundation in algebra, just as we cannot field or hit a baseball without the proper footwork.
I like to initially assess my students and then work step by step to improve portions of their mechanics or approaches. I think this works well in sports as it pares down the lesson to one or two actions and does not overwhelm the student. I also focus highly on student health, as I believe that is paramount in sport.
Ohio Wesleyan University, Grand Canyon University. Bachelor's Degree in Exercise Science. I can work with beginners all the way through to high school athletes looking to make the jump to the next level. Having experience in the top levels of competition I know what coaches look for and I will help you develop all the skills necessary to get to that next step in your athletic career.
I realize that every person skill set is at a different point and I try and put together a plan for each individual student so that they will have the most success. I love basketball and believe that I can help any person become a better player.
I am a former major college starter who knows and loves the game. My lessons are especially valuable to women who want to understand what the fuss is all about, and to newcomers whose prior exposure to "football" means soccer.
My Teaching style would be to give you tips and simple ways to make quick fixes to pitching or hitting!
I evaluate each person individually and improve on their weaknesses. I have several different methods of teaching designed for each individual because not everyone learns from the same methods.
My methodology depends on the student, I enjoy finding the best ways to reach kids and take them where they can't take themselves.
My instructional approach is to provide drills for skills training with positive reinforcement.
I like to go the field and teach kids from the basic rules of baseball then start teaching more on how to catch and hit baseballs
I give lessons to kids from ages of 4 to 17. The best way to learn the sport is by hands-on! I believe that you should also learn rules and techniques (the basics) before moving to advanced play.
I am a graduate from the University of Colorado. I studied Economics and was part of various clubs throughout my college days. I also volunteer with the local theater in my town and am playing the part of Renfield in the show Dracula. I help with set construction and design and thoroughly enjoy it.
My teaching method is to cater specifically to the player. I want to connect with my players to see what drives them, help them understand how their body moves effectively, and develop a relationship that allows them to trust what I teach.
I grew up playing soccer, baseball and basketball. I played both basketball and soccer in high school continuing to play after graduating from high school. I also played men's and coed softball working as the coach for the team setting the line-up and working as a base coach.
I am a young, and easy-going college student who is studying Psychology at the University of Dayton. I am currently the Boy's Head Counselor at Valley Lo Club, and I am very good with kids. I am also very good at teaching and leading kids to be better people, whether it is in the classroom or on the sports field. I can be a role model, and give lessons in a tough, but fun way.
> Former "walk-on" division 1 basketball player at Ball State University > Have coached youth basketball for the past seven years > Excel at running 1-1 sessions with both boys and girls > Passionate about players reaching their goals > I believe in modern techniques and approaches
I try to reach everyone with the way I teach. It is important to remember that not all students learn the same way. Coming up with different ways to present the information to the students is always optimal for their learning. I believe in inclusion and try to make all my students feel important and build their self confidence. I can follow curriculum given or create my own given enough time.
I want to push kids to become better players and people using drills to improve their skills and focus. I've played all over and have trained hard to reach goals. I want to spread the same passion and love for hard work to others.
I am a graduate of Calvary Baptist Academy in Shreveport where I played football, baseball, and also ran track. At the end of my senior year my coaches, my teammates, and myself won the district championship in all three of the sports I participated in. My high school football coach is named Doug Pederson and he currently coaches the Philadelphia Eagles.
So you like baseball/softball, eh? I LOVE IT! It's a sport that is so different from others. It's a game of mental strategy, teamwork with an important individual component, and physical explosiveness. Not to mention it's played on a diamond...
So for me when I teach I teach hands on or with images to me personally it helps to understand more. I used to teach kids how to snowboard, you have to show them and describe it as you teach. As I would in my classes to show hands on.
Childhood Education degree with minor in Social Studies. 3rd grade teacher with 2 years experience. 4 years of high school coaching experience. 2 years of college baseball experience. If you are passionate and hard- working, then I'm the perfect fit for you.
I love dealing with childrens and handle them by their way gracefully. Mixing up with them helps me to work with them very smoothly and efficiently. Can handle the students effectively in class room as well as on the ground also.
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