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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
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
“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
Yes, it is a trick question but it’s purpose is to get us to think beyond our context. It’s actually a very serious question which needs a re-think as coaches and organisations. The Sporting Landscape has become big business … Read More
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
We need to back off and stop squashing kids potential. And it’s not just their potential to be successful, but their potential just to experience their own journey. If we think we know best, and we’re … Read More
That magic pull towards a game. Are we born with it? It’s a pull that can become all-consuming. We love the game, the friends, the challenge and the satisfaction of it all. We fall in … Read More