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Characteristics of skilful movement
Pre-determined, fluent, aesthetic, co-ordinated, efficient.
Fundamental motor skills
Running, jumping, throwing, catching, hitting, kicking
Methods of learning
Copying others, practice and rehearsal, trial and error
Performance goal
Concerned with how the games goes not the result
Outcome goal
Concerned with the final result
S in SMART goals
Specific
M in SMART goals
Measurable
A in SMART goals
Achievable
R in SMART goals
Realistic
T in SMART goals
Time measured
Intrinsic Motivation
Motivation from within for example enjoyment
Extrinsic Motivation
motivation from external sources for example money
Negative feedback
Feedback that points out weaknesses in a paerformance
Positive Feedback
Feedback that points out the strengths of a perfomance
Knowledge of Results
Feedback from the result of a performance for example if your shot goes in or not in football
Knowledge of performance
Feedback on the technique you performed for example the technique of throwing a ball
Intrinsic Feedback
how you feel the performance went
Extrinsic feedback
feedback from outside sources for example the crowd or a coach
SPORV Training Principles
Specific, Progression, Overload, Reversibility and Variance
FITT Training Principles
Frequency, Intensity, Time and Type
Specific Training Principle
The training should be specific and relevant to the activity or type of sport involved
Progression Training Principle
Training should progressively get more difficult
Overload Training Principle
The need to work the body harder than normal so that there is some stress and discomfort
Reversibility Training Principle
Performance can deteriorate if training stops or decreases in intensity
Variance Training Principle
There should be a variety of training methods used so that performers dont get bored
Frequency Training Principle
How often training is done, normall measured per week
Intensity Training Principle
How hard you work during training
Time Training Principle
The length of each training session
Type Training Principle
The type of training to be considered that fulfils specific needs. The type of sport or activity will dictate the type of training.