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Ergging Procedure - and on the actual erg Instructors give...

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Stephanie Warner Erica Clark Drew Ruckelshaus Procedure: 5 minutes: history of ergging and why ergging is important and the use of ergging. 5 minutes: Instruction and demonstration on the erg. Pass out handouts at this time. Handouts serve as a visual aid with diagrams. Verbal instruction and demonstration is a form of modeling and observational learning. Modeling shows the learners how to perform the skill. Most people learn from this. Observational learning will happen when the learners watch someone perform the skill over and over again. Verbal instructions help give the learners general information about the fundamental aspects of the skill. 20 minutes: Learners break up into pairs. One pair at a time gets individual attention on the erg for 3.5 minutes while the other pairs work on form and technique on the mats. Then switch out groups until everyone has been on the mat
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Unformatted text preview: and on the actual erg. Instructors give feedback at each station to the learners. o On the ergs: Using parts practice and segmentation on the erg, the learner will be able to get the flow of the movements at a slow pace. Then gradually building up the different parts of the stroke, the learner will be able to do the different parts in one motion. o On the mat: Using random practice by calling out the different positions in the stroke, never doing the same ones twice or ones that go right after each other. This will help the learner get the correct body position of the stroke. • If there is time have learners take a retention test. Have each learner erg for five strokes and grade them on correct body position, body angle, technique, and going slow up the slide during the recovery. Learner has learned to erg if they perform 3 out of the 5 strokes correctly....
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