I think most coaches know how crucial are learning motor skills or technique in childhood. I would add that the only important thing coaches who work with children do is to develop their skills, and everything else is secondary.

As everything else I see learning tactics, offense schemes or different defensive formations, creating a winning team, and similar activities that we do when our personal ambitions grows.

Even if we are not leaded by altruism, it is a pity to waste time on the banality and not take advantage of children's potential for learning skills, because in the end, what will lead us to victories are skilled athletes.

The following video shows us the ability of motor learning of a small child, and how it declines in adulthood.
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