Archive For The “Sport Psychology” Category

Game Sense Continued – III

By | December 3, 2017

Learning to Shift Attention Being able to shift your attention and knowing when to do it are two quite different issues.  You must first select the appropriate cues and then develop a timely shift of attention. You may want to start by determining which shifts of attention focus are most difficult for you.  Complete Exercise […]

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Game Sense Continued – II

By | October 29, 2017

Exercise 3 – The Attention Demands of Playing Directions Read the basketball example below. The players and coach use the information gathered about their position on the court  to analyse the situation and prepare for the likely outcome prior to the play commencing at the re-start. This provides a context from which modifications can be […]

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Game Sense Explanation

By | September 18, 2017

For some time now I have been trying to develop activities that will develop game sense in players. In less developed unions this is a real problem however it is by no means confined to these unions. What do I mean by game sense? It is the ability of players to adjust their play to […]

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