780 Coaching have long been promoters and developers of technique within their courses developing practices that are fun and structured to utilise the time available.
However 780 understand that for those players that want to push themselves further both technically and physically, that want to strive to be the best at what they do or that want to play at a higher standard then there is no substitute for PRACTICE.
As such 780 Coaching individual coaching sessions are tailored programmes for each player specifically designed to challenge areas of weakness and reinforce areas of strength.
780 says “To be good at any sport takes practice and, just like a golfer may use a driving range to improve or a tennis player a ball machine, We know Individual Coaching will help to develop any players personal skills and prepare them for the demands encountered within the sport”
780 After school clubs
After school clubs
780 Coaching have been running their unique training sessions at schools around the Isle since 2005.
Schools currently undertaking After School Clubs are Haxey, Belton, Misterton, Walkeringham, Westwoodside, St Augustine Webster, St Peters Gringley and Epworth.
Sessions begin straight after the school finishes with 780 staff ready to ensure the childrens day finishes with some first class training.
Each week a new skill will be approached and trained from Turning to Shooting or Dribbling to Balance skills. With lots of technical detail and many tips from coaches working full time in football.
All this and still there will be time to play plenty Small Sided Games allowing the participants to get lots of touches of the ball and encouraging them to be positive and utilise skills practiced within the session.
780 Coaching run courses during every school holiday with usual venues including Epworth, Gainsborough, Haxey, Kirton Lindsey and East Drayton.
Holiday courses are run for the benefit of all children, boys and girls, of any standard and 780 endeavour to make all sessions fun and enjoyable with a mix of games and coaching to benefit and angage everyone.
Learning and training are of great importance to 780 Coaching and as such a large emphasis on these days is one of skill development and acquisition.
Course times for the holiday are 10.00 – 15.00 and with this time comes a freedom to really develop facets of the sport and ensure participants come away with new and improved skills.
A typical day will run with:
09.45 – 10.00 Player arrival and registration
10.00 – 10.25 large skills and SAQ warm up practicing running/jumping technique as well as individual ball techniques
10.25 – 11.30 Skills training within a particular topic for the day
11.30 – 11.45 Drinks Break
11.45 – 12.45 Fun games designed and developed to challenge the skill practised in a competitive way
12.45 – 13.15 Lunchtime
13.15 – 15.00 Mini Sided Games giving the players a chance to utilise practised skilles in a match situation but whilst ensuring frequent touches of the ball
Multi Skills Clubs
Multi skills clubs
780s Multi Skills Clubs run both pre and post school at various schools around the Isle.
These sessions cover a range of sports including Cricket – Basketball – Tennis – Parachute activities – Badminton – Tag Rugby – Invasion Games – Volleyball – Athletics – Table Tennis – Handball – Scatterball – Netball – Rounders – Bench Ball – Many More.
Sessions are fun and enjoyable and give the participants not only a great and energetic start to the day, where they can burn off some energy before settling down at school, but also a taster of many different sports.
Sessions also introduce participants to SAQ (speed, agility and quickness) drills developing individual athletic and movement patterns