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2.1 Unit 5 Sports Coaching: Know the techniques used by coaches to improve the perofrmance of an athlete
Transcript of 2.1 Unit 5 Sports Coaching: Know the techniques used by coaches to improve the perofrmance of an athlete
To identify the different techniques used by a coach to improve player performance
Techniques used to improve performance
Techniques used by Coaches to improve performance
LO2- Know the techniques used by coaches to improve the performance of an athlete
On your post it note list your key learning points from last weeks guest lecture/session
Why is he famous ?
He is also the only paralympian to run in the Olympics
Do you agree with this ?
Coaches in sport have a number of techniques at their disposal that they can use to improve the performance of an athlete
Now decide your final one with reasons why
In pairs how many techniques are you aware off ?
Now label the top five techniques you have come up with
Cut this list down to now only 2
You must note down reasons why
Popular technique used
Coaches need to be effective
to enable them to identify strengths and weaknesses during performance
Used to identify an athletes needs
1. What do you think happens after the coach has analysed the performance of an athlete/team ?
What happens after the coach has analysed the performance ?
A training program developed around the performance , aiming to improve the most significant weaknesses observed
2 basic ways of formulating judgements
2. What is the difference between subjective and objective analysis ?
What is the difference between subjective and objective analysis
: Based on observational judgments, personal interpretations and opinions
Involves the measurement and comparison of performance data
The most commonly used method is
3. What is notational analysis?
What is notational analysis?
Requires the coach to record the number of skills completed effectively in a competitive situation
On completion of an
analysis the coach is able to make a
observation on the athletes overall performance.
Produce an observational checklist that you could use to assess the performance on an athlete/ team from your chosen sport
A coach must be careful not to be biased.
Checking for learning
On the back of your post it note write down your learning from today
To be able to define observational analysis
To create an observational analysis checklist