JACK RIEWOLDT EXPLOITS MAN ON THE MARK RULE VIDEO

I am a big fan of the stand man on the mark rule and if you have the ball and can’t move off the mark then what’s the advantage of even having the ball? I’ve got on files maybe 7 – 10 different ways I’ve seen players exploit the rule and/or use it to their...

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USING SMALL SIDED GAMES TO MATCH YOUR DESIRED TRAINING OUTCOME/S

These points come from a study I read during the week which is based on Soccer but transfers fully to any team sport with relatively high player numbers per team such as footy, soccer, rugby etc. Read through to the end to get some usable tips on how to make small sided games work for...

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NAILING PRACTICE CONDITIONS FOR SKILL ACQUISITION

These points come from Harjiv Singh who works in performance and development at the Orlando Magic in the NBA but also does a heap of stuff in the motor learning space and is what this focuses on. A skill can be practiced continuously (massed) or with rest-pauses/interpolated skill learning (distributed practice)  where distributed practice has...

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YOUTH LEARNING WITH DARREN WENSOR

When any football player, but especially a junior football player goes to football training, they are going to learn. The activities that a coach designs and uses for their players is the content. How that content is being taught/interpreted by the players depends on how delivery that content and how you have them try and...

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