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First off, Hello everyone. It's been a while. Over the last couple of years I have done a good job of saving all of my sessions I have created. I am now at a point where I'd like to build them all in a coaching software suite and file/organize them all. In order to do this, I need categories. I was curious if/how any of you organize your sessions, or if you had a resource that has organized their sessions in a thoughtful way. I figured I would ask before I try and reinvent the wheel
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When you say sessions, do you mean the entire practice?
Or specific exercises that you do? Most books break down the drills into offense, defense, midfield. What I do is save each session by topic. One we used this past year was "Finding the flank players". Stuff like that will mostly be during the season when we are addressing something specific from the last game. During preseason, we are building our style of play, so a topic might be "Framing and finishing". __________________ "When you start, you may have to move tons of dirt to find a gold nugget .... but when you start mining for gold, you overlook the dirt."
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I run themed sessions and have the full elements adapted for that theme
i.e. THEME: Counter Attack WARM-UP: In threes - Pass & Split the two START DRILL: Series of Up, Back Through passing drills SSG: On Possession, complete 3 x One Touch passes before going for goal Progress: 2 of the 3 one touch passes short, third minimum 20m