Youth Basketball Coaches — Who’s Your Mentor?
July 19, 2007 (PRLEAP.COM) Sports NewsMany youth basketball coaches turn to Ronn Wyckoff, who has made himself available to coaches anywhere in the world via the internet and his website, www.Top-Basketball-Coaching.com .
His website is jam-packed with his expertise. Whether one turns to Coach Ronn’s 4-hour teaching DVD, “Basketball On A Triangle: A Higher Level of Coaching and Playing”, or to his 1-On-1 Coaches Mentoring Program, or to his growing list of self-written coaching e-Books—one will find he is highly qualified to help coaches get to their next level of coaching.
Coach Ronn uses highly detailed skills, drills and tips to help the “newbie” or struggling youth coach to gain the necessary skills to bring confidence to their teaching.
Most volunteer youth coaches don’t have the time or opportunity to travel to the many coaching clinics, workshops, college seminars or training camps that are held all around the United States. What if you live in another country where there isn’t much opportunity for coach training—what will you do there for the information you need?
If you’ve been working for a while in youth basketball, and you want to move forward, to take your teaching abilities to a higher level, what do you do and where do go?
As a player, coach, and later as an international basketball consultant, Coach Ronn spent years helping where he could, traveling to spread coaching knowledge to other countries. Now, he can virtually reach anyone who has a computer with his body of coaching know-how through his site, www.Top-Basketball-Coaching.com. Already he has reached coaches in New Zealand, Australia, Canada, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, the UK and places in Africa.