If I have a concern at all -- in reference to my new hockey coaching manual, "HOW TO COACH A YOUNG HOCKEY TEAM", it's that you might not know the depth at which I study the game and thereafter share what I know with others. In other words, I don't hold back when it comes to discussing any hockey related topic.
And that was the case as I put my current manual together... I wanted to arm every coach with just about everything I know about dealing with young players, assistant coaches, and even team parents.
Then I thought, "Maybe the best idea would be to give you a free chapter, just to prove that point!"
And, please trust me: this is a really good one -- on a pretty meaty subject, and I believe it contains information that a coach (or parent) could put to use right now.
Do I have reservations about giving something like this away? Not at all! In fact, I suspect you're going to want the complete training manual once you've read just a sampling.
About the only thing I ask in return is that you join my emailing list (over on the right). You have my promise I won't be spamming you. Besides, any time I ever write you, you'll find a link at the bottom of my email that allows you to unsubscribe from future mailings.
Okay, so go ahead and claim your free chapter right now. I look forward to us being hockey friends forever thereafter!
Yours in hockey,