Rec Coaches Information

Recreation Coaching Information

Current Season Information

 

USA of Indiana Spring 2014 Rec Pike Schedule Pike Rec Schedule u5-u10 AND all u12

USA of Indiana Spring 2014 Rec Hendricks Schedule Hendricks Rec Schedule u5-u10

Click here for Rec Academy Information & Lesson plans for each week


Click here: for Rec & Rec Plus Picture Envelope.


USA of Indiana Hendricks County Rec Team Training
Each coach to schedule the team’s regular weekly training at the Avon Soccer Complex or Brownsburg Soccer Complex for an hour between 5:30p-7:30pm.  There will be USA of Indiana staff available to help with training sessions including  Lead Coaches, USA of Indiana Travel Coaches. Teams are strongly encouraged to hold team training at either complex on these days.


USA of Indiana Pike Rec Team Training
Each coach to schedule the team’s regular weekly training at Northwestway Park for an hour between 5:30p-7:30pm.  There will be USA of Indiana staff available to help with training sessions including Lead Coaches, USA of Indiana Travel Coaches. Teams are strongly encouraged to hold team training at NWW on these days.


USA of Indiana REC ACADEMY for players and coaches, best in Central Indiana
Player wear uniform and break into teams with coach
Includes Model training session by Format of Play Group
Fusion USA of Indiana Rec Academy


USA of Indiana Community Coaching Risk Management & Coaching Course Schedule

USA of Indiana  KidSafe 101 Risk Management
USA of Indiana Coaching Certification Course 101
If you coach USA of Indiana and your name is not listed here, you must attend.
USA of Indiana Coach Training Session U5-U8 (3v3 & 4v4)
USA of Indiana Community Coach Training Session U10-U12 (6v6 & 8v8)

USSF Youth Module I course


USA of Indiana Recreation League Rules of Play

Notes for Coaches Meetings


Rec Coaching Guides & Lesson Plans


Why no Goalies

Sam Snow, U.S. Youth Soccer had the following interaction with a coach in Florida not long ago:Sam, can you send me some good articles or a comment on why we should play without goalies at U-8? I am trying to influence a club to change to this format.
The U-8 age group is still in an egocentric phase of psychological development, which tells us that we should allow these children to run and chase the ball, to be in the game – not waiting at the end of the field for the game to come to them. It is more important at this age that they chase the game. Children this age want to play with the toy (the ball) and they need to go to where the toy is to be fully engaged. Click here to read entire article.

Concussion Resource: It’s Better to Miss One Game Than the Whole Season
To help ensure the health and safety of young athletes, CDC published Heads Up: Concussion in Youth Sports information about concussions to coaches, parents, and athletes.  Posted here is important information on preventing, recognizing, and responding to a concussion. If you think your athlete has sustained a concussion…don’t assess it yourself.   Take him/her out of play, and seek the advice of a health care professional.  http://www.cdc.gov/concussion/HeadsUp/youth.html
Coach clipboard document: http://www.cdc.gov/concussion/pdf/clipboard_Eng.pdf

USSF Youth Module I course

Yikes only 3 players showed up for practice!
What do I do now?
Great training sessions when only 2, 3,4, 5 or 6 players show up for training session.

Roll The Dice-2 players

 

USA of Indiana’s “Rec Mentor Matches” when professional coaches mentor players and coaches during a rec game.Mentor Matches

Video on the Youth Soccer Coach:

NSCAA video “The Youth Soccer Coach” written by Mike Berticelli

Training Videos:
Dribbling Practice Plan  U6′s
Dribbling With The Head Up (Warm-up)
Dribbling With The Head Up (First Activity)
Dribbling With The Head Up (Second Activity)
Dribbling With The Head Up (Final Game)
Striking The Ball Practice Plan  U8′s
Striking The Ball (Warm Up)
Striking The Ball (First Activity)
Striking The Ball (First Activity variation)
Striking The Ball (Second Activity)
Striking The Ball (Third Activity)
Striking The Ball (Final 4v4 Game)

Recreation Coach Manual
Recreation Coaching Manual
Great material for every youth Coach, includes child development, why children play sports, why children quit sports, training sessions.

Indiana Youth Soccer Recreation Coaching F Certificate Course
Click here to view F certificate course materials

USA of Indiana Community Recreation Tots, U5-U12 and USA of Indiana Rec Plus U13-U19 Coach Certificate Course
Click here to view USA of Indiana CCC course material

USA of Indiana Fun Five Series
(Print and Play Lesson Plans)
Click here for U5/U6 activities link
Click here for U7/U8 activities link
Click here for U10 activities link


Tots Lesson Plans

Tots U4 Training Sessions
7 unique training sessions for the Tots coach.


U5 & U6 Lesson Plans

Principles of play
Principles of U5 & U6′s Part I

Principles of U5 & U6′s Part II

Lesson Plans (6 week program)

Session 1 - Balance

Session 2 – Coordination

Session 3 – Dribbling with the Head Up

Session 4 – Dribbling to Get Away

Session 5 – Dribbling in a Crowd

Session 6 – Striking a Ball

 


U7 & U8 Lesson Plans

Principles of play
Principles of U7 & U8′s

Lesson Plans (6 week program)
Session 1 – Dribbling to Keep Possession

Session 2 – Passing

Session 3 –  Cooperative Passing

Session 4 – Making Connections

Session 5 – Striking a Ball

Session 6 – Receiving the Ball

 

U10 Lesson Plans

Principles of play & Lesson Plans
U10 Principles & Lesson Plans (6 week program)

 

U12 Lesson Plans

U12 Principles & Lesson Plans (6 week program)

 


Additional Rec Coaches Lesson Plans

Indiana Youth Soccer Rec Coach Lesson Plans
Click here for lessons by age group

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