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Wendy Russell, Luke Thorp and 7 others like this.
 

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BarbAugustin
Barb Augustin said:
This is so true! I TRY to restrain myself to a particular theme for the workout (e.g. today's run session I will only look at foot placement) but it is difficult. Ideally, I would comment on foot placement prior to any skill work, use drills that work on that aspect and comment only on that theme. The pre/post timing thing is less of an issue for me, as the gap between performances is small and whether you call the feedback post-the prior performance or pre-the next performance is moot. The days I get this right are unfortunately too few! :-)
21/05/16
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robertkmaaye
Rob Maaye said:
Another great blog Nick! If anyone is interested in Nick’s other blogs in this particular group you can find them all here https://www.connectedcoaches.org/spaces/10/welcome-and-general/blogs?userid=155
24/05/16
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RobintoRugby
I wonder if we look at it the wrong way with feedback. Do we answer a question before it has been asked? I now try not to give any feedback until the player asks a particular question or asks for my help. I let them fail if needed (Q gasps of surprise). My players have found it a little difficult to start with but then if they think about the skill and ask why is it not working the way they are doing it, we can then have a great conversation about "what might make it better?" I think then that the player (with my questioning) can come up with the solution, and hopefully it sticks a bit more.
21/07/16
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NickRuddock
Nick Ruddock said:
Thanks Robert. I do agree with you, we're very quick to jump in with information. With some of the age groups I am working being very young, I find it is about 'balance' and not overloading the athlete with different 'topics' of feedback which can be overwhelming for us all!
25/07/16
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