|Originally Published in: Techniques Magazine
Provided by: USTFCCCA
MOVEMENT STRATEGIES AND MOTOR CONTROL
Theories of Movement Organization.
The Generalized Motor Program Theory.
The Dynamic Systems Theory.
FACTORS AFFECTING MOVEMENT STRATEGY FORMATION
Nature of the Task.
Perception of the Task.
Injury Prevention Mechanisms.
Prior Motor Experience.
STAGES OF LEARNING
Stabilization or Diversification.
THE PRACTICE ENVIRONMENT
The Purpose of Practice.
The Practice Environment and Stage of Learning.
Whole vs. Part Practice.
Variety in the Practice Environment.
Choosing Practice Activities.
Intensity of Practice.
THE OVERLOAD PRINCIPLE
The Overload Principle.
The Overload Principle and Motor Learning.
Increasing Practice Intensities.
Mastery Levels and Progression.
Quality of Communication.
Quantity of Communication.
TYPES OF COMMUNICATION
Coach to Athlete Communication.
Cues and Cue Systems.
Athlete to Coach Communication.
The Coach as a Listener.
Athletes Intrinsic Feedback.
Questioning the Athlete.
TYPES OF FEEDBACK
Knowledge of Performance.
Knowledge of Results.
Video. Augmented feedback can be provided via electronic media, in order to present a clear picture of the athlete's movements or the movements of some selected model.
Failure to Progress in the Early Stages of Learning.
The Choking Phenomenon.
Boo Schexnayder was primarily responsible for the content of the majority of the Track & Field Academy's course curriculum including this excerpt the various Specialist Certification course texts.