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Principles of Effective Practice

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on 11 April 2016

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Transcript of Principles of Effective Practice

V = Varied
You should vary the training approaches you use to keep motivation high.

For example, using a mixture of repetition practices, pressure drills and conditioned games in your training programme.
S = Specific
Your practice should be specific to a number of factors:

Performer's ability/experience
Type of skill (open/closed)
Stage of learning

An example of this would be a performer in the
automatic
stage of learning using conditioned games and pressure practices.
P = Progressive
Your training programme should be
progressive.


This means that your training should continually challenge you. You can achieve this by making your training gradually more difficult.

For example, adding more pressure into your repetition practices as you go along.
M = Measurable
Throughout your training, you should be setting
measurable
targets that you can use to check your progress.

It could be a score in a certain practice, to get a certain result from a scatter diagram or achieve full ticks in a PAR analysis.
Principles of Effective Practice
VP SMARTER
A = Achievable
Practices must be challenging but they must also be
achievable.


This means setting targets that you will be able to reach and choosing methods of practice that you can perform successfully.

Think about the practices you were doing yesterday, were these achievable?
R = Realistic
Your practice should be as
realistic
as possible.

This means your practices should be game-like.

If this principle is fulfilled, your progress should be transferable into game situations.
T = Time
To make any progress, you will need to be training for adequate lengths of
time
.

This refers to the timings of your individual sessions and your overall programme.

You should be training for a minimum of 2-3 times a week.
E = Exciting
Your practices should be
exciting
.

This will make your training enjoyable which, in turn, will help you to concentrate throughout and remain motivated.

Game-like practices and competition will help you fulfil this principle.
R = Recorded
You should keep a
record
of your training and the progress you are making.

We are doing this through the completion of the training diary every Tuesday.

This will allow you to see if you are on track with your training and whether you need to make changes.
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