Coaching Decision Making with Russell Earnshaw
What is Coaching Decision making? DCI Russell (Rusty) Earnshaw of UK's Magic Academy interviews Leeds Beckett University PHD student Mike Ashford about his 3 year study into Coaching Decision Making. A must watch for all level of coaches.
Part 1. Developing Player Decision Making - Practical Session 10:00 Free video
How to start Player decision making on the pitch? Mike Ashford, PHD student from Leeds Beckett University talks about Coaching Decision Making and how he puts them into action on the practice pitch.
Part 2. Investigation into Player Decision Making Part 1 15:04 Free video
What is Coaching Decision making? A moment in Time that changes in varying contexts. In a 2 part series, Mike Ashford talks about his 3 year study into Coaching Decision Making. Play video
Part 3. Investigation into Player Decision Making - Part 2 16:19 Free video
Skills to match your goals! What does this mean? Mike explains in the 2nd part of his interview about his 3 year study into Coaching Decision Making. Play video
|Course||Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5|
|Topics||Youth Coaching Coaches Corner Leadership & Management|
|Applicable to||Coaches Players Others Supporters and fans|
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Nicolas Llaurado Argentina
“File not found. The requested file could not be found.” Why is this happening??
David Dudman Great Britain & Northern Ireland
Last Monday fortunate enough for coaches at Bath RFC to receive a session on this by Rusty – excellent and will definitely try and use this Sunday.
joe whipple Barbados
I like your emphasis on the picture and the communication of this or lack of to the other players. Gives me some ideas going forward.
Jordan McGregor New Zealand
Very insightful video. Mike referred to a replay scenario during the training session. Is this within one of the previous videos as I don’t recall that part
Steve Botha South Africa
Good food for thought
marcus mannion Great Britain & Northern Ireland
Virgil, the Fiji game is touch rugby with the added condition of having to use some kind of kick before you can score. The Japan game requires to person who is touched to present the ball and the tackler + 1 more also have to go to ground to represent a ruck. P.S I’m pretty sure Russell is not really a Detective Chief Inspector!
Virgil Rule South Africa
Please explain the difference working of the two games, its not being explained
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