By David Jacobson
Positive Coaching Alliance
Players who feel connected to each other are more willing to sacrifice for their teammates and the overall betterment of the team
The difference between a team of individuals playing for themselves and a team of cohesive members working towards the same goal in unison is a world’s difference in the locker room, on the field, and on the scoreboard.
Responsible Sports and youth sports expert, Positive Coaching Alliance, share five tips for team building that can help you achieve the goal of having your team as one cohesive group. This article focuses on team-building actives on and off the field as, coaching beyond the x’s and o’s and more.
- Coaching beyond the X’s and O’s to create, recognize and capitalize upon teachable moments
- Drills that ncompass “getting to know each other” components
- Structured competitions to teach players about other positions in softball they may not fully understand, and thus, appreciate the difficulty
- And more!
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