Nov 3, 2020Liked by Joseph Lowery

I attended a field session at the USC national convention last yr put on by the Clemson men’s coach focusing on how to encourage/coach attacking play. One of his points that stuck w/ me was how often “we” coaches use kick-ins as opposed to throw-ins when conducting training activities. We don’t train our youth teams how to retain possession &/or use throw-Ins to our advantage. Since then I’ve been cognizant of this when training my teams.

Cool article post pointing out how an often overlooked element of the game can have impact. Thanks for writing, also a big fan of the pod. You & Jordan do a great job!

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