The Youth Football Coaches Guide


The Youth Football Coaches Guide


The Journey of a thousand leagues begins with a single step. If you are reading this you are probably a coach looking for information to make yourself a better one and you have found a resource that will jump up and smack you like a linebacker on 4th and 1.

Introducing… “The Youth Football Coaches Guide


The Youth Football Coaches Guide covers every aspect of coaching youth football and for the price of lunch with your friends, will provide you with hundreds of ideas, videos and resources to make you a better mentor.

Erik Saunders has been doing this for twenty seasons. Over the years he has had many wonderful experiences and also many painful times. From State championships and undefeated seasons to the bitter pain of young players passing away prematurely, there isn’t much he has seen. It is his mission in life to share the lessons he has learned and help volunteer youth mentors have the resources they need to succeed in this new age of football.

While he is 100% passionate about this sport and teaching children, he is equally committed to teaching all people ways to empower their lives. He doesn’t just want to make you a better mentor, he wants to share with you all the keys to success that he has learned and used to have a balanced and enjoyable lifestyle. After all… isn’t that part of our role as a mentor for young athletes?

If you search the internet for coaching materials, one thing you will find is plenty of opinionated mentors telling you that their way is the best way (and in some cases the only way). You will hear stories about winning streaks and get dozens of testimonials from mentors that implemented their system and had a great season.

There is merit to their stories but the truth is that many systems can work when mentors believe in them and have a solid plan of implementation. The concept of coaching is that we evaluate our talent and attempt to determine the best system for them to succeed. If you have a wildly talented team full of speed players, the single wing offense might not be the best use of that talent. On the other hand if you have a young or slow team you may find that the single wing gives you a chance to confuse the defense with misdirection.

This is a game that requires players to be adaptive, to recognize situations and to make decisions in real time….. isn’t that what coaching is all about too? Who knows, you may have a system that we should be learning from, but the world would never know if we all just copy each other.

This is why Erik has chosen to make his new book interactive. The book is delivered as an e-book and there are multiple playbooks, drill templates and game management tools that are completely customizable to fit your needs.

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The Youth Football Coaches Guide