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How to Coach Youth Baseball So Every Kid Wins

Author : Jeffrey Ourvan
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Coaching youth baseball is tough. Not only do coaches have to teach kids the fundamental skills of the game, they also have to know how to select a team, how to run efficient practices, and how to deal with parents and umpires. Furthermore, they have to make sure the game is fun for all the kids on their team. Jeff Ourvan is an experienced youth baseball coach who has determined that what makes the experience of little league so special is the values it teaches. In How to Coach Youth Baseball So Every Kid Wins, he outlines a plan of action for youth coaches to follow that will enable them to field a team that plays together, plays well, and has lots of fun in the process.

Working Mother

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The magazine that helps career moms balance their personal and professional lives.

Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents

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Cincinnati Magazine

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Cincinnati Magazine taps into the DNA of the city, exploring shopping, dining, living, and culture and giving readers a ringside seat on the issues shaping the region.

Growing Through Play

Author : Robert D. Strom
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The Education Digest

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The editorial aim ... is to present ... condensations of ... articles taken from the leading professional and lay publications.

Baseball Coach s Survival Guide

Author : Jerry Weinstein
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Here is a comprehensive, practical resource that makes building a successful baseball program considerably easier for both the new and the experienced coach. Included are proven techniques and ready-to-use materials for virtually every aspect of the coach?s job, from recruiting to training talent for each position. For easy use, the Guide is printed in a handy spiral-bound format that folds flat and is organized into 15 sections focusing on 15 different coaching concerns: Getting Started Recruiting and Tryouts Game Control From Start to Finish Pitching The Pitches Catching General Infield Play Outfield Play Defensive Strategy and Positioning Team Defense Hitting The Short Game Base Running Offensive Strategy and Techniques Scholarships and Professional Baseball Each section is packed with inside tips, drills for skill development, and winning strategies for a variety of game situations and for dealing effectively with a wide range of problems. Here are just a few examples of the ready-to-use help you?ll find: Guidelines for setting team goals, establishing standards, and marinating positive relationships with players and parents Pitching mechanics and skills including the pitching sequence form starting position to landing, special issues with right and left handers, and insights into various pitches Tested ways to prevent and treat arm soreness 39 defensive play diagrams for cutoffs and relays, bunt defense, first and third defense, and more Techniques and drills to help players improve their hitting in all situations Guidelines for stealing against left- and right-handed pitchers Tips for helping outfielders establish the proper psyche, state of readiness, and way to react to the ball And that?s not all! Baseball Coach?s Survival Guide includes nearly 140 photos showing stance, position, and technique ... plus 85 reproducible forms, checklists, and charts for recording progress and performance that can be photocopied for immediate use to help even the most veteran coach save time!

Coaching Youth League Baseball

Author : Louis Scheuermann
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Text, diagrams, and photographs introduce the techniques and strategy of baseball.

Coaching Youth Baseball

Author : John Mccarthy
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For coaches, or anyone helping a child play better baseball, long-time Little League coach John P. McCarthy covers the sports basics as well as topics including teaching children confidence and how to deal with injuries. The book includes a practice plan and a checklist to help players strengthen specific skills.

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Journal of Physical Education and Recreation

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Rookie Coaches Baseball Guide

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Offers advice for novice coaches on communication, motivation, planning, teaching, injury prevention, strategies, and drills

Scholastic Coach

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Saturday s Opinion

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Teach Your Kids Bean s About Baseball

Author : Kenneth Bean
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For the fourteen million American parents who will register their children in youth baseball programs this spring, Kenneth Bean offers a collection of unprecedented guarantees designed to help take the frustrations out of the experiecne. This book . . . should have been written 30 years ago.--Art Howe, Manager, Houston Astros. 65 illustrations.

Youth Sports Guide for Coaches and Parents

Author : Jerry R. Thomas
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Coaching Science Update

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Paterno

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Stories from the Game of Life

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An award-winning journalist and author of A Father for All Seasons presents an inspirational collection of real-life stories, humorous anecdotes, and lessons about honor, self-discipline, loyalty, and friendship that reflect spiritual truths discovered by winning and losing in the game of life. Original.

The Star Spangled Buddhist

Author : Jeffrey Ourvan
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“Ourvan offers a succinct but illuminating overview of Zen, Tibetan, and Soka Gakkai Buddhism."—Publishers Weekly Approximately four million Americans claim to be Buddhist. Moreover, hundreds of thousands of Americans of various faiths read about Buddhism, are interested in its philosophical tenets, or fashionably view themselves as Buddhists. They’re part of what’s been described as the fastest-growing religious movement in America: a large group of people dissatisfied with traditional religious offerings and thirsty for an approach to spirituality grounded in logic and consistent with scientific knowledge. The Star-Spangled Buddhist is a provocative look at these American Buddhists through their three largest movements in the United States: the Soka Gakkai International, Tibetan/Vajrayana Buddhism, and Zen Buddhism. The practice of each of these American schools, unlike most traditional Asian Buddhist sects, is grounded in the notion that all people are capable of attaining enlightenment in “this lifetime.” But the differences are also profound: the spectrum of philosophical expression among these American Buddhist schools is as varied as that observed between Reformed, Orthodox, and Hasidic Judaism. The Star-Spangled Buddhist isn’t written from the perspective of a monk or academic but rather from the view of author Jeff Ourvan, a lifelong-practicing lay Buddhist. As Ourvan explores the American Buddhist movement through its most popular schools, he arrives at a clearer understanding for himself and the reader about what it means to be—and how one might choose to be—a Buddhist in America.