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Transcript of Sports Coaching
What do you expect to get out of this unit?
1. understand the roles, responsibilities and skills of sports coaches
11. understand the techniques used by sports coaches to improve the perfromance of sports coaches
111. be able to plan and deliver a sports coaching session
"if you always do what you have always done,
You will always get what you always got"
Case Study - Sam Allardyce
1. What new technological developments did big Sam bring into play at Bolton?
World Cup 2010 - do you have any innovations that would enhance Englands performance?
a friendship is a mutually co-operative and supportive
behaviour between two or more people
the guided discovery
will educate athletes so that they can develop as performers.
you learn best when
1. you are actively involved
11. recognise how to apply there knowledge
111. encouraged to build on their knowledge
1v. interested and enjoying themselves
v. can see and/or feel improvements.
Understanding the techniques used by coaches to improve performance
techniques that can inform the planning process by helping assess the current status of the participants....
key words to consider...
'doing your homework'
observing participants in both a training environment and competitve context. How participants behave will give insight into why they are involved in sport, their motivations and how they respond under pressure.
the ability to gain a detailed picture of the athletes current skill level
spend 5 minutes
Athlete identifies the characteristics of an elite athlete for his/her sport/event
What in your opinion are the fundamental qualities or characteristics of an elite athlete in your sport/event?
•On a scale of zero (not at all important) to 10 (extremely important), rate the perceived importance of each characteristic for an elite performer.
•Uses the same zero to 10 scale to rate your current perception of yourselves in relation to an ideal state of 10.
•A calculation is then carried out to determine the 'Discrepancy' value. The higher discrepancies indicate areas that may need to be addressed through training or other intervention.
1. Characteristics identified by the athlete
2. Athlete's perceived level of importance
3. Athlete's self assessment(ASA)
4. Discrepancy (10-ASA) × API
Create a table with the following headings...
•Highlighting perceived strengths and weaknesses
•Clarifying the athlete's and coach's vision of the key characteristics of elite performance, and highlighting any differences
•Highlighting discrepancies between the athlete's and coach's assessment of performance
•Providing a means of monitoring progress
introduction to what it is...
in your sport consider the main physical fitness demands, and appropriate fitness tests for each. 3 minimum.
NEXT WEEK YOU WILL BE COMPLETING MR BIRDS DRAFT FITNESS ASSESSMENT.....BRING YOUR KIT
Developing Coaching Diaries
reflection on training, how do they feel?
at elite level it can moniter HR, food, sleep etc
Within a coaching session...
adapting training sessions to meet individual needs
deigning effective practice
Describe and explain three different techniques that are used by coaches to improve the performance of athletes. P3, M3
Evaluate the three different techiques, giving your recommendationns of how techniques can be used successfully to improve an athletes performance.
Sports coaching task 1 From 2 different sports
4 roles -innovator, trainer, educator, role model
4 responsibilities from- legal obligations,professional conduct,health and safety,equal opportunities, knowledge of the coaching environment
3 skills from - Communication, Organisation,Analysing, Problem solving, Evaluating,time management,
P2 describe 3 skills
M2 explain 3 skills with examples
verbal - speaking, shouting, correct terminology
non verbal -signs, body language, facial expressions
equipment, facilities, equipment, buses, fixtures
performance observation, comparing technique to perfect model
careful planning of coaching sessions
balance practice and game time putting technique into practice
SPORTS COACHING unit 5
Now, using 3 skills go and observe the football and netball lessons to get examples