I've volunteered to help coach my son's 10u travel team. ( :eek1 ) I've never coached before and only played until about 13 years old, so my "expertise" in the area is lacking at best. I'm looking for some tips on resources I can use to develop some drills for the boys. Thus far, I've been working with them on the conditioning aspect of practice while the other coaches work on hitting and throwing. I'd like to know more and be able to teach them more than I am able to now. Making them stronger and getting their running legs under them isn't terribly difficult for me, although some fun drills to help this along would be good too. So, with that noted, anybody have anyplace I can start searching in my quest? Any books you have used in the past or particular coach/authors to seek out when shopping for these guides. Also would be interested in videos that I could use to show the kids things like proper stance for hitting and throwing. Thanks. And wish me luck. Parents can be huge pains in the ass. This is going to lead to liver damage, I can see it already.