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Skill Acquisition for Athletics Research Review

Emily Parker is a UKA Apprentice coach for Horizontal Jumps based at Loughborough High Performance Centre. In this interview she summarises some key concepts from research into skill acquisition and provides some examples of how they can be applied in practice.

  • Uploaded: 19.02.2010
  • Duration: 00:36:04
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  1. Posted by Jim Rayner on 12/03/2010 at 11:19 PM

    I recently tried the random practice with my group and the feedback was they loved it , much more fun than the block practice . The constant and varied practice is the next step to introduce .

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