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Classification of Movement Skills.

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Classification of Movement Skills. Skill 1; - The forward defensive This skill is performed as a defensive shot played to a well-bowled ball. The shot is one of the firsts that is taught by a coach to a player when they start to play the game. It is an essential shot for defence while playing the game, and is one of the most regular played shots in the game of cricket. ...read more.


ENVIRONMENTAL INFLUENCE CLOSED OPEN The environmental influences do affect this shot quite a lot. Depending on the pitch and the weather conditions can change the speed of the shot, the amount of movement or even whether u even play that particular shot. For example if the pitch is hard it will bounce more and come quickly off the surface. ...read more.


It is a basic idea, but needs to be played properly to be effective and any use to the player. This shot is one that is always taught to the player first and is thought to be one of the main shots in cricket. ORGANISATION LOW HIGH It takes a certain amount of organisation to perform this shot, but as it is fairly simple to perform it can be adapted to any situation and made into and easy practice technique. ...read more.

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