Zion dunked all over Canada 😳🏀
ديربي كاونتي يقصي اليونايتد .. يا العار
Day 1 of @lakers
training camp is underway, and the season can’t start soon enough. Media day was yesterday and the #lakeshow
seem to be locked in at the task at hand, with the first step being getting the in the court chemistry up. How many wins are the #lakers
racking up this year? Do I hear PLAYOOOOFFFFFFFFSSSSS!!! #dontatmesports #sportsandchill
Ayer traía la risa de Kawhi y hoy os traigo su pedazo de mano. Ni sé a vosotros, pero a mí de paraguas me serviría. 😂
He leído que su mano es un 50% más ancha que la media del resto de los humanos. 📏
Vamos, que lo que para él es coger un balón de basket es lo mismo que para nosotros una pelota de tenis (más o menos). 🎾
Pic vía @basketballforever.
What information does your agility activities, games, drills provide the athlete? -
This is very important and needs to be taken into consideration when constructing an athlete’s movement training. Every action we execute relies on the interpretation of information: The environment, implements, situations, task and opponents provides information that affords the athlete unique movement options.
For example, a preplanned cone drill (predetermined start & finish) offers some information but is very limited and doesn’t allow for exploration, creativity, decision making. As a coach we need to maximize the information that is perceived by our athletes. This means designing different problem-solving activities that are rich in sensory information and have various constraints that guide the athlete to authentic solutions. -
👆Here are examples of how we gradually increased the complexity (more information) and by manipulating different task constraints allowed the athletes to explore different affordances.