Model Coach {Book Review}

Model Coach {Book Review}

 Cynthia received a copy of Model Coach in exchange for this post.  All opinions expressed here are honest and her own.



Did you know there are seven million volunteer youth coaches? When I read this statistic in Daniel L. Sedor’s book, Model Coach – A Common Sense Guide for Coaches of Youth Sports, I was totally blown away. Then I really started thinking about it…..Most parents do have their children in some type of sport or several sports….which equals = a lot of coaches or a NEED for good coaches.

In “Model Coach”, Sedor explains the importance of youth coaches and how they have a huge impact in the development of our children and on society as well. He also instills the importance of “developing players” and “creating leaders” and explains how important we want positive role models for our kids as they grow up.

Model Coach is for the new coach or seasoned coach looking for guidance on how to influence youth positively. This book will provide productive actions that youth coaches can apply immediately.

Info about the Author:
Dan Sedor was born in Rochester, MN and now lives in Lincoln, NE with his wife Karen and children Amanda and Brad. Sedor has played, coached and officiated a variety of youth sports over his lifetime, including coaching his children during their time in youth sports. He has more than 30 years of business experience and is currently the executive vice president and owner of Leadership Resources. For more information about Sedor’s leadership development business, please visit

Model Coach can be purchased at Amazon, Barnes & Noble and iUniverse.

Cynthia Tait

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