Practice Planning: How To Practice With Goals In Mindby Anthony Pla
Practice planning can make or break a program, believe it or not. The amount of time spent practicing is much greater than playing. The quality of the reps, the amount of reps, and the amount of attention each player gets at practice has a direct impact on the bottom line of the team.
For the past several years, Anthony has been running a successful D2 Baseball program ALL BY HIMSELF. He's the only coach and when you're limited on the resources at your disposal, you have to be very creative to make sure things run smoothly and effectively.
During his presentation from the 2020 Virtual Baseball Coaches Summit, Anthony shares his wisdom on:
- Strategic Practice Plans
- Defining Goals & Objectives
- Problem Solving & Troubleshooting
- Year Round Planning
Be sure to watch till the end for a great open Q/A section, maybe one of your questions will get answered.
Anthony Plá is the Head Baseball Coach at Lincoln University.
Anthony helps with the local Oxford, Pa., community with youth baseball. The Oxford American Legion team over the last nine seasons has been very competitive and shifted gears.
Coach Plá brings a wealth of knowledge to the game. In his years as a player, he was a second baseman and a catcher with a career BA of .300 and was part of the team that held the most wins in Bridgeport history. He also played four years of college soccer, winning the conference championship in his senior year.
Prior to Lincoln, Coach Plá spent the previous six years at the University of Bridgepor. While at Bridgeport, he was the Assistant Sports Information Director and a junior counselor, plus three years as the Assistant Director of Athletics for Compliance.