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PEP and performance analysis for rounders

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Introduction

1. Identify the important skill/techniques needed for a participant in his/her position/role. There are many important skills and techniques required in Rounders. As a batter in order to successfully hit the ball the player will need to have good hand and eye co-ordination. A number of things contribute to making, a good hit, these include the hand grip you are using while holding the bat, the hand grip of the bat is bad then the direction the ball will be other target because of awkward angles. Hitting the ball in Rounders is fairly significant as it will make getting the ball pass the opposition easier allowing you to ran around more bases allowing you to score more points for your team. Also when hitting the ball in a batter role it is important to keep you head in an up-right position this is because if you hit the ball with your head in an awkward position it will affect the direction the ball will go because of your lack of area awareness. Stance is important in Rounders because it determines whether you hit the ball well. A good stance includes, having your legs apart with knees slightly bent. When batting if you manage to hit a "perfect ball" then you will need good agility, to run around the bases well with ...read more.

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Week 1&2 Days Training Monday I will go to a gym where you will do 20 mins of rowing, x 15 reps of weights (This is weight training.) Tuesday I will go to the training field where there will be a hoop, you will have to throw a Rounders ball into the hoops to practice my throwing for an hour. (This is skill practice.) Wednesday I'll do the agility test and record the scores you get each time you complete the course, as time goes by my agility abilities should be getting better. Thursday Work on my upper body strength by doing weights at a gym (50 reps) with rests in between. The weight will be 5kg and this type of training is strength training. Friday . Play a 1 hour game of Rounders to improve my skills as an all round Rounders player. Saturday Work on my stamina by going on the rowing machine for 40 mins and then going onto he walking machine for 20 mins on the highest level. Sunday REST. 3&4 Days Training Monday I will go to a gym where you will do 20 mins of rowing, x 16 reps of weights (This is weight training.) Tuesday I will go to the training field where there will be a hoop, you will have to throw a Rounders ball into the hoops to practice my throwing for an hour 15 mins of skill practice. ...read more.

Conclusion

* P - Progress- I will keep track of my progress (seeing how I'm getting better will motivate me.) * O - Overload - I will force my body over the limits so it will get better by the tissues breaking and growing back stronger. * R - Reversibility To stop atrophy and stop your muscles getting smaller, (maybe because of injury.) * P - Peaking - I will perform to my best ability. 6. Discuss the impact the training/practice program on participant's performance. How did they receive your advice? In a self- analysis the candidate must discuss his/her conclusion with a teacher and note their views/reaction. My strengths are fielding and my weaknesses were batting. From this program these qualities have become better. When the program was set out at first it was very hard to get use to, I was surprised about the amount of time it took out of my daily life. But as time went on my stamina improved so I got use to the training session's raceme more. I also found some of the obstacles hard, but after a few weeks it got easier proof of the training program working. I think this training program was good because it did what it was ment to do, improve me as a Rounders player focusing on my weaker parts and tuning my better qualities. ?? ?? ?? ?? ...read more.

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