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Planning an Effective Coaching Session ...

Av ricardo rodriguez - 22 december 2008 20:08

You are now ready to complete the details of your practice plan.


The basic elements are:

• Introduction
- provide brief discussion of what you have planned for the session.
- help your players understand what they are going to do and why they are doing it.
- outline time commitments and intensity required.

• Warm-Up
- design a warm-up that reflects your objectives for the session.
- prepare both mind and body for the practice.
- incorporate stretching.

• Skill Practice
- review previously learned and/or poorly performed skills.
- introduce new skills early in the session.
- play minor games that require players to perform the skills accurately and make good decisions to be successful.
- skill practice may also develop fitness.

• Unit Activities
- practise mini-unit and unit skills such as back attack, back defence, loose-forward defence, scrum, lineout, kick-off, etc.
- emphasis should be on team patterns of play and tactics for the next game.
- utilise ‘opposition’ to make the activities as game-like as possible.
- simulate game situations.

• Team Preparation
- bring the various units together.
- practise phases of the game as a team.
- simulate situations that players are likely to encounter in the game; use reserves as opposition.
- develop team links and continuity.
- involve reserves in training activities so they can develop too.
- add pressure, like time restriction or refereeing, to simulate game conditions.

• Physical Preparation
- consider physical demands of rugby and how much you’ve achieved throughout the training.
- no need to add a fitness component if you’ve already trained hard during skill practice.

• Cool-Down
- slow jog and gentle stretching will prepare the players for the next session.
- treat it as part of the practice, not an extra.

• Evaluation
- seek feedback.
- discuss session with mentor.
- view video.
- self-analyse.


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