Getting the most out of a practice is partially accomplished by making sure your players don’t spend time standing around. That can be tricky. After all, there are a lot more players than coaches. But it is doable.
Here, Keith Lohse, a post-doctoral researcher at the University of British Columbia, talks about strategies to help your players teach themselves, including breaking down into small groups to work on skills and short-term goal setting coupled with a plan on how to achieve those goals.