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    Rainer Martens
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Rainer Martens has been playing softball for 45 years. Rainer Martens has written 16 books and hundreds of articles

Rainer Martens has been playing softball for 45 years. He is a stand-out player and coach for the Florida Legends, the most decorated senior softball team in the United States with over 80 National Championships. In 18 national tournaments, Martens-coached teams have won 16 national championships and placed second in the other two. His passion and achievements in softball were rewarded when he was inducted into the National Senior Softball Hall of Fame in 2009. Rainer Martens has written 16 books and hundreds of articles

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This guide introduces and explains the basics of coaching, such as coaching philosophy, sport psychology, sport pedagogy, sport physiology, sport medicine, parent management, and sport law.

Coaching Young Athletes was written by four of America's top sport scientists for novice coaches in children's sport settings.

It's about coaching young people to become successful athletes-and successful human beings. An internationally recognized sport psychologist, Martens is the author of more than 80 scholarly articles and 15 books, including Successful Coaching, the best-selling coaching book ever published, and Directing Youth Sport Programs.

Recommends techniques for athletic coaches for preparing instructional outlines, developing training programs, and instructing children in sports

Very good youth coaching book. Well worth the purchase price. After reading this book you will be able to coach children well.

Table of Contents

Part 1 Developing A Coaching Philosophy

Chapter 1 Your Coaching Objectives

Chapter 2 Your Coaching Style

Part 2 Sport Psychology

Chapter 3 Evaluating Your Communication Skills

Chapter 4 Developing Your Communication Skills

Chapter 5 Principles of Reinforcement

Chapter 6 Understanding Motivation

Part 3 Sport Pedagogy

Chapter 7 Preseason Planning

Chapter 8 Preparing Your Instructional Outline for the Season

Chapter 9 Preparing for a Practice

Chapter 10 Teaching Sports Skills

Part 4 Sport Physiology

Chapter 11 Principles of Training

Chapter 12 Developing Your training Program

Chapter 13 Nutrition for Young Athletes

Part 5 Sports Medicine

Chapter 14 Injury Prevention

chapter 15 First Aid for Athletic Injuries

Chapter 16 rehabilitation of Sports Injuries

Part 6 Other Useful information

Chapter 17 You and the Law

Chapter 18 A Parent Orientation Program

FOREWARD from the book

An estimated 12 to 15 millions young athletes participate in organized youth sports in the United States. As a group these young people represent one of our country's most important resources. as individuals they are their parents' most valued possessions.

Yet all too often we as sport adminisatrors and parents casually entrust our sons and daughters to men and women who, as research has shown, have tremendous impact on our children's lives. the ramifications of this practice have come to haunt youth sports programs over the last decade. Now, as never before, there is an outcry for trained, competent coaches of youth sports.

Filling the void of meaningful educational materials for coaches, parents, and sport administrators is Coaching Young Athlete. This book written by four of the country's leading experts in sport psychology, sport physiology, sport pedagogy, sports medicine, and sport administration, ivites your reading. Coaching Young Athletes is a must for all concerned about young people and sport in our country today.
A very well written and timeless comprehensive guide for coaches of young athletes. As parents, we have to be able to trust in the adults we entrust our children to, and coaches have a tremendous influence on our children's lives. This book should be a must-read for every weekend or professional coach.