“Excellent points. I coach off-season basketball and I emphasize this philosophy all the time. Yes, the easy thing to do would be to put the players in the game to help us win, but that isn't how you develop the team and help each member get better so that during their regular school season they can push each other and be able to rely on each other. If each player is given a chance to be in the game near the end of a close one, they will learn from either situation; a win or a loss. They will know they can perform in a tight situation or they will learn what they need to do to prepare themselves for the next time they are in this situation. During practice there is always time installed for some type of fundamental work. This keeps the mind and body on task with remembering how this is done. If you don't the body and mind will go back to doing things the old way and this way was probably not the correct way. Stay the course!”
I know im sorry, u SHOULD start 2 throw with squishy balls and then when she starts to get the hang of it, throw harder balls be careful when u throw because if u throw when shes not looking, shell get hit AGAIN! sorry for those answers
In this episode of Become we meet Paula. A single mom with 4 kids, Paula manages to hold down multiple jobs and be there for her kids every step of the way. Whether it's her support in sports or in schoolwork, she knows putting in time with her kids is her number one priority and she wouldn't have it any other way.