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The practice session number
The date, time and field of practice.
Goal of particular practice (keep it simple).
Each activity or drill. Note whether a review or new concept.
Time allowed for activity or drill. NEVER OVER 20 MINUTES! If you'll simply wear a watch, you'll be amazed at what you can accomplish and how much fun your kids have, not to mention how much more baseball your team will learn. Keep 'em moving: No drills over 20 minutes!!
Anything else that will help you, such as: which coach runs which drill, which pitchers and catchers throw together, reminders of when next game or practice is. Just make it legible and don't allow this to take up too much time. This isn't supposed to be work, it's an activity to keep coaching from becoming work! ENJOY YOURSELF!
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John Peter, presently aged 50 something, is a lifelong student of the greatest game on earth. After being asked to find a more suitable occupation at age 26, many seasons after donning his first uni at age 7, he has transcended his skills into the much more important role of coach and especially as an instructor! He prides himself as never having charged any player or coach for a single lesson!