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WYSA Training by Grade

 Below we have provided the suggested session structure for time management and activity management as well as the expectation to use lesson plans by age group 

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Session Structure

5:00pm                 Coaches and players begin arriving at fields. Players who are early begin playing 3v3 games.

                               Coaches collect equipment for session and discuss any questions with DOC - Eric Redder

5:15pm                 Session Officially Begins

5:20pm                 Coaches begin First Activity

5:30pm                 Coaches progress into Second Activity

5:40pm                 Coaches transition into Third Activity

5:50pm                 Players begin scrimmaging.

6:15pm                 End of session-Coaches and layers bring equipment back to field house for storage.

 

SPRING 2017 Intown Practice Schedule

Pre-K: No Training by Grade, Training will be on the Saturday Sessions

Kinder: No Training by Grade, Training will be on the Saturday Sessions

 

Tuesday - 5:15 - 6:15pm

1st Grade

 

Wednesday- 5:15 - 6:15pm

4th Grade

 

Thursday- 5:15 - 6:15pm

3rd Grade

 

Friday- 5:15 - 6:15pm

2nd Grade

COED 3-5 & 6-9

 

Equipment

Coaches will not need any equipment for Training by Grade sessions. We will use Pugg nets and the WYSA bank of cones and pennies for all sessions. Coaches/Players will be expected to collect the equipment and bring to the field house at the end of each session.

Field Space

Each Coach has been allocated at least 1/4 of a 7v7 field.

Scrimmages

Coaches should allow at least 20minutes for their team to scrimmage at the end of each session. Dependent upon numbers, coaches should play 4v4 across ½ of a 6v6 field. Alternatively coaches can choose to use the pugg nets and finish with a four goal game.

Session Plans

Each coach should have a printed copy of the session plan with them at each session to reference. Coaches will run through the session plan with their own team.

Coaching Philosophy – No Laps, No Lines, No Lectures

Exercise, in any form should not be used as a punishment. Players will be asked to sit out for a short period for any misbehavior. Wherever possible all players should be involved in an activity. Lines should be kept to a maximum of 4, when there is 2 coaches WYSA recommends setting up another area for the activity, so players do not waste time sitting out.  (Don’t overload the players with information)