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By Abhinav Bindra, Rohit Brijnath

Abhinav Bindra as soon as shot a hundred out of in perform six instances in a row and walked out of the diversity unsatisfied. he's a perfectionist, who as soon as soled his footwear with rubber from Ferrari tyres simply because he concept it'll support. He could get up at three am. to perform at his diversity at domestic if an idea abruptly struck him. it truly is from such a big obsession that greatness arrives. yet Abhinav Bindra's trip to turn into the 1st Indian to win someone Olympic gold, and the 1st Indian to win a global Championship gold, is much greater than that. it's a triumph born of a tragedy. Having pushed himself to turn into an excellent shooter, he used to be poised to win gold on the Athens Olympics in 2004. yet defeated by way of a freak incidence, he replaced as a shooter: from a boy who enjoyed taking pictures, he grew to become an athlete bent on redemption, changing into a scientist who might try out something, together with mapping his personal mind, to win in Beijing.

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Providing immediate positive feedback and continually recognizing all players for their various contributions are the most effective ways to make every player on your roster count (and feel like they count). Consider these points that will aid in your efforts: ߜ Applaud positive attitudes and strong work ethics as much as you do basketball skills. Work to inflate all your kids’ self-esteem and maintain their interest in playing the game. You can applaud a child’s hustle when she’s chasing down a loose ball; acknowledge a player’s enthusiasm and the way she encourages her teammates from the bench; and point out to the rest of the squad the good sportsmanship a player displayed during the game.

If you volunteer or get recruited into coaching at this age group, don’t panic! Instead, welcome the chance to enhance your coaching abilities and embrace the opportunity to coach kids who have a deep-rooted love for the game. Be sure to let them know that you value their opinions, suggestions, and input. A youngster’s passion for basketball at this age is wonderful, and that enthusiasm can make your job easier if you let it. Gaining the respect of your players is always important to your coaching success — particularly when coaching kids in this age range.

This section addresses your equipment needs and who’s responsible for these items. What the league is responsible for Many leagues provide a set number of basketballs for each coach to use at his or her practices. The balls will be distributed at the start of the season, and the coaches must turn them back in after their last practices. As always, check with your league to make sure. If your league doesn’t have the financial resources to provide enough basketballs, you may need to ask your players to bring balls to practice so you can run through all your drills without sacrificing valuable time (see Chapters 11, 14, and 17).

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