Small Area Games
Small area games are one of the most effective ways for coaches to keep players engaged, promote creativity, and increase the compete level of their players. When implementing small area games into their practice plans coaches really need to choose games that are age appropriate. For example, at the younger age levels of mite and squirt the games should not have too many complicated rules. As players get older then you can incorporate games in which players have to do a little more problem solving in order to be successful.
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