Practical advice and knowledge to help leaders.
As coaches, we want our athletes to be able to perform the skills we are teaching them faster and with improved accuracy. This acquisition of skills is linked to our ability as coaches to be able to effectively code our athletes.
Physical literacy is achieved by mastering fundamental movement and sport skills. These skills permit an individual to move confidently within a wide range of physical activity situations.
As with many things in life, I didn’t actually grasp the true extent of this lesson I was taught early in my Military Career at the time.
The art of planning sometimes seems to be a dying one! With sayings such as ‘You only live once’ and a living in the moment mindset, sound planning which takes time, effort and considerable engagement doesn’t quite seem to fit.
The way in which we introduce technical and tactical skills can have a huge impact on how quickly our athletes ‘get it’ or become frustrated with their rate of learning
© 2019 Paul Mead