The Emerging Game

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Hey coach, do you spend a lot of time planning a session to the last detail? Outcomes aligned, coaching points concise, even picturing in your head how the session will go?  Then as the players arrive, … Read More

The Other Side

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Parent and Child

Who’s that player? What’s your story? No, not the warm and fuzzy one. The other one. The kid you once coached that broke your heart, sent you to your knees and is your reason for … Read More

The Future is Ecological

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The Future is Ecological

In our previous blog ‘Beyond Drills vs Games‘ we explored the science behind Skill Acquisition or preferably now ‘Skill Adaptation’, and arrive at Ecological Dynamics. This in turn helps us view complex adaptive systems such as sporting … Read More

Beyond Drills vs Games

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Beyond Drills vs Games

Our blog DRILLS VS GAMES We continue promoting that greater transfer in skill adaptation happens in the variability of a game-like context. In a sequel to Drills vs Games we move forward, to explore the science further in Skill Acquisition … Read More

Goalie is for Everyone

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Goalie is for Everyone

“Who wants to be Goalie?” It’s the question some dread and some are born for,  but does there have to be such a divide between the experiences of the Goalkeeper’s role? What if we encourage ALL PLAYERS to … Read More

Parents Welcome

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Parents Welcome

Parents are often feared by organisations because they can be over-bearing from both ends of the scale; either by putting pressure on their child or speaking up for them. But if we’re interested in supporting the … Read More