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Dave Rowland: Competency Based Progression

In this audio presentation, England Athletics National Coach Mentor for Physical Preparation Dave Rowland discusses the idea of ‘competency based progression’ as a fundamental coaching concept.

  • Uploaded: 19.12.2010
  • Duration: 00:29:22
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  1. Posted by Jim Sheehy on 12/02/2011 at 07:55 PM

    Spot on advice…right on the button. The ideas in this audio are exact, precise and just what I wanted to hear (or preferably see) in the context of Development with younger athletes.
    The posture control emphasis with its potential failure being athlete driven and not process driven - even to the point of abandoning of the session and its drill NOT being time driven but instead mastered bit by bit. Only aspect not covered is mostly that groups are mixed and thereby care / progressions are individual.

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