How To Help Children Struggling To Cope In A Sports Session And Pe Lesson

September 5, 2017 @ 10:03 am

Carefully observe the ball flying out of every note, from take-off, turn to the ground, and analyzed the status of this shot. If you want to break out of the pitch, try to remember this trajectory and flight mode in my mind, and be repeated at the next swing. If the default is not to play the ball out, try to find out why.

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More often than not there is lots of space available. So use it. This is one of the most common and basic adaptations coaches apply. Depending on the sport of course changing the area of activity/space just a little can make the biggest difference to the child. For instance if a child cannot dribble through a restricted space in a Basketball drill, make the area bigger for them to manoeuvre around.

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