EXB102MARCH9LEC

EXB102MARCH9LEC - 1 EXB102, MARCH 9TH 2010 Reading: Magill...

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1 EXB102, MARCH 9 TH 2010 Reading: Magill Ch15 HGYM 290 Alt. Final- Friday show FE sch. COACHING FOR MAXIMUM EFFICIENCY- summary & applied lecture -Efficiency – very important IMPROVING HUMAN PERFORMANCE- make it more efficient 1.) Understanding What Works- what works and what doesn’t 2.) Individual Differences- respect individual differences, when we group data together, we lose individual differences. 3.) Motivating for Excellence- 4.) Simulation Training- the more you can stimulate in practice, the better you can transfer in practice. Stimulating the competitive environment. Very crucial for improving performance. TEACHING SKILLED MOVEMENT Coaching Education/Certification- 4 year degree should be the min. Staying on Top of Knowledge Base- hardest thing to do is to stay current HOW TO BEGIN 1. Goals, Philosophy, & Objectives- need to have goals, recommend coaches to write down their own philosophy (something you have to teach from), what are the learning objectives you want to get out of your kids… 2. Identify & Organize the Plan - written practice plan 3. Evaluate Athletes Knowledge & Skill- how do you evaluate athlete knowledge and skill? Performance can tell them that, why is performance is not the most accurate way? Depending on someone’s performance curve. There is a fallacy that accurately, more factors plays in performance. Performance is not indicator of learning. Have to be careful in just using performance. - Talk to them face-face, quiz them. -look at some improvement statistics- stop watch, measuring tape… -set up stimulation: performance quiz (game-like) -how quickly they can correct mistakes. -self correct faster and faster DESIGNING PRACTICE- practicing the skill, need to select what you want to teach… Planning Practice The Seven Practice Principles- 1.) Practice the right skill 2.) Stimulation training (stimulate a competitive environment)
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2 3.) Keep practice short and frequent when teaching new skills (of that skill- when learning new skills, don’t spend a lot of time on it) 4.) Use practice time efficiently 5.) Make optimal use of facilities and equipment. (Spread out, use a lot of room) 6.) Make sure your athlete experience a reasonable amount of success in each practice session (motivational component) (alter early in life of
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This note was uploaded on 06/15/2010 for the course EXB EXB 102 taught by Professor Salitsky during the Winter '10 term at UC Davis.

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EXB102MARCH9LEC - 1 EXB102, MARCH 9TH 2010 Reading: Magill...

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