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NLPA Flag Football (RI, MA, CT)

PRACTICE PLAN

Coaching youth sports can be challenging. With a little guidance and organization your experience can be extremely rewarding. The key to successful coaching is being prepared and organized. It is important to take advantage of the limited time you get each week with the players. With a structured practice, easy to teach and learn plays, and a whistle can will quickly convert your group into a competitive team. I found that many coaches spend a lot of time on drills not associated with the types of plays they will run. By having a list of plays designed before you practice, this allows you to focus your drills around running perfect plays. The goal for the season should be to teach every player their positions and football. This may look a little disorganized in the first week or two, but if you stay patient and continue to coach, the players and your games can become competitive and the experience for everyone can be enjoyable.

Practice Plan

To be a successful coach, you have to be organized and efficient.   We have developed practice plan guidelines for all of our coaches. Each week the practice plan will change based on the time each team for practice and also based on the development of each team. The goal is to keep each player engaged at all times.  Our practice plan allow for multiple drills and development at the same time.  

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Next Level Performance Academy

11 South Angell Street #399 
Providence, Rhode Island 02906

Email: [email protected]
Phone: 401-864-1444

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Next Level Performance Academy

11 South Angell Street #399 
Providence, Rhode Island 02906

Email: [email protected]
Phone: 401-864-1444

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