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Netball Coaching - plan for a training session.

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´╗┐Netball Coach To be a coach I have to be able to take on leadership for a group of performers (in this case, I will be creating a session for approximately 14 performers). The training session will last for 2 hours. To be able to be successful in performing the role of a coach, I must have these certain qualities: -Know all the correct techniques -Good communication skills -To be able to clearly analyse a performer -To be able to control a session -Know all the safety aspects (for example, safely warming up, cooling down and stretching) My Training Session: 1. Warm-up For the warm-up, all performers must do 10 lengths of the netball court, jogging. After, they must do 1 length of high knees, 1 length of bum flicks, 2 lengths of side-steps, 1 length of high skips, 1 third of lunges, 1 third of squats, then the last third jogging it out. ...read more.

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Players could go as a relay or all at once and play within a time limit of 3 minutes. Repeat this drill 3 times. Purpose of this drill: improving change of direction (dodging) and speed. 1. Movement: Everyone must get into pairs with 1 ball between 2. In this drill, the first player will pass to her partner in a diagonal direction, then the first player moves to the next cone to receive the ball back. The pairs will repeat the process 5 times, one after another. Purpose of this drill: to practice running off and onto the ball. = 1. Footwork-catch, pivot and pass relay: In this drill there will be 4 players stood in two lines (2 players opposite each other) working with 1 ball. The starting player passes the ball to the player moving towards them from the opposite group. ...read more.

Conclusion

1. Competition The competition will be a netball match. Split the teams evenly and let each team decide which position they would like to play and if one player does not get their desired position, they will be able to change to their 1st choice at half time. There will be 2 halves in the match which will consist of 15 minutes each. The coach will be the umpire of the match. As the umpire, you will make fair decisions in able to let players learn from their mistakes, and if a player is pulled up for something, and does not understand why, explain to them. 1. Cool down: For the cool down, the players will slowly jog around the full netball court twice. Once they have finished, get them to form a circle around you and go through all the necessary stretches for approximately 10 seconds on each stretch. Thank everyone for coming and then your session has ended. Jessica El-Homssi ...read more.

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