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Co-Founder of DNA Sports
Andy is a licensed school administrator in the State of Ohio and Illinois. He has a Masters in Secondary Education from DePaul University and a Masters in Education Leadership from Northeastern Illinois University. He authored the Handbook for Athletics in Catholic Elementary School, a fifty-page document that currently serves as the athletic policy manual for the Archdiocese of Chicago.
Andy has extensive experience with hitting and pitching development of all age groups. He also has worked with individual athletes, teams, and organizations teaching the correct mental approach to skill development, training, and competition.
RecruitedViews: 70215,00 $
The college recruiting process can often be a difficult and confusing
process. This manual will help guide you through the process and
make it work for you. Carefully read through the following pages and
familiarize yourself with its content. Once you understand the recruiting
rules and the necessary steps to get started, you are well on your way to
realizing your dream of playing college baseball or softball.Views: 70215,00 $
The Do`s and Don`t`s of Basketball ShootingViews: 7139,99 $
Shooting is the most important skill to learn in basketball,
because players must have the ability to score. There are 8
elements that comprise how to shoot correctly. I’ll show you
both correct and incorrect techniques so you can easily see
what you’re already doing correctly and what you need to work
on. Don’t get embarrassed if you’re doing something wrong.
When learning something new, everyone makes mistakes.
Always strive to play and practice with your best effort. Don’t
ever stop working to reach your goals!
SHOOT FOR SUCCESS! LET’S GO!!Views: 7139,99 $
Baseball Curriculum ManualViews: 110315,00 $
Through years of experience and research, including hundreds of baseball publications, skills and drills books, and coaching publications, DNA Sports has created a highly-detailed yet easy to understand age-appropriate youth coaching curriculum manual.
While the formation of a school wide curriculum—an integrated body of knowledge, principles, values, and skills—is a critical component of educational institutions, rarely is the creation of a universal curriculum applied to athletic associations. DNA Sports believes that the creation of an athletic curriculum that standardizes best practices is critical for the long-term growth and development of any youth baseball organization.
The purpose of this baseball curriculum manual is to develop coaching consistency within age groups and a developmental progression across age groups. This curriculum will ensure that your youth league players are provided with the best baseball learning environment possible.Views: 110315,00 $
League Curriculum MapViews: 8357,00 $
It is critical for league administrators to create a structured program where all participants are prepared for each subsequent level of play. In order to make this happen, we have created an age appropriate, skill based curriculum that promotes coaching consistency within age groups and development progression across age groups. Similar to school curriculum, this coaching curriculum guide identifies age specific outcome goals in relation to skill and personal development, helping league administrators better streamline their multi-level programs.Views: 8357,00 $
Professional Coaches ManualViews: 85615,00 $
Youth coaching is not about winning games. Superior youth coaches help
athletes master new skills, enjoy competition with others, and develop a
team first attitude. They are well-versed in the techniques and skills of their
sport, and understand how to effectively teach those skills through age
appropriate practice regimens and skill drills.
While sport is an integral part of our culture, coaching has not always
been seen as a true profession. This attitude is gradually changing, and
coaching can no longer be perceived as a hobby or an informal second
job. A coach’s influence on young adults is far too great to take for
granted. DNA Sports firmly believes that volunteer coaches have no less
responsibility than do professional coaches in teaching and developing
young athletes.Views: 85615,00 $