About the author:
Sharkie Zartman knows volleyball. A US national champion, former member of the World University Games Team, and five-year WPVA beach volleyball professional, Zartman is also a member of the California Beach Volleyball Hall of Fame, El Camino Athletic Hall of Fame, and the Community College Coaches Hall of Fame.
With her BS in kinesiology and MS in instructional technology, Zartman went on to become a professor of health and fitness at El Camino College in Torrance, California, where she also coached their volleyball team to nine conference and two state titles.
Zartman and her husband, who is also a volleyball professional, went on to coach their daughters, and the kids’ team the Spoilers Junior Volleyball Club was born. Zartman shares what she learned in her new book So You Think You Can Coach Kids? Her other books include Shark Sense, Yoga for Health and Fitness, and There’s a Place.
So You Think You Can Coach Kids?
Helps you answer that question with a confident-but humble-yes! Learn the tricks of the trade and the significance of coaching youth sports
Dr. Robert Weil
Author Sharkie Zartman knows volleyball from every angle. With numerous national titles and hall of fame memberships as both a player and a coach, Zartman decided to start coaching kids when her daughters wanted to play volleyball. She joined with her husband, also a professional. Easy, right?
With all their expertise in volleyball, Zartman and her husband soon realized that there was more to coaching kids than simply knowing how to play and coach the game at higher levels. Eleven years and four national youth titles later, she wrote So You Think You Can Coach Kids? to share what they learned and to help other adults avoid the pitfalls encountered when coaching youth sports.
Offering helpful tips and insights into the world of sports and the impressionable minds of young athletes, this guide not only covers the basics of teaching kids how to play a sport, but it also sheds light on the hidden factors adults must consider when coaching kids.
Touching on important topics such as coaching as a parent, the importance of nutrition for young athletes, and how to manage your stress as a coach, this guide has all the tools you need to enjoy one of the greatest roles you can play in a kid’s life—coach.
- Publication Date:
- 1495206076 / 9781495206078
- Page Count:
- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 6" x 9"
- Black and White with Bleed
- Related Categories:
- Sports & Recreation / Coaching / General