Skill based training - Football24th January 2020 19:30
There’s a big difference between (a) learning the skill and (b) learning to perform the skill consistently well at speed, under fatigue and under pressure in a competitive game Skill essentially is an individual element of one’s sport but to be seen as skilful, a player must completely put together a string of skills, e.g. a player catches a ball, soloes forward avoiding two tackles on the way (evasion) before kicking a superb score or laying off a penetrative and accurate pass.
Skill based training focuses on improving many techniques through repetitive activity, continual feedback and correction:
- Highly structured specific activities designed to improve your technique
- Creative Games to encourage a range of techniques.
- Performing Skills well, at speed and with great first touch
- Highlighting the link between unstructured play and deliberate practice
Tutor: Mick Bohan Venue:Ballyboden St Endas Time: 7.30pm