So far this past week, we’ve been looking at fishtanking, the ooda loop and player troubleshooting to get us coaches to develop more rock-solid frameworks around what we’re doing to ensure sustainable player development and retention.
Today we look at using the constraint-led approach to player development, which is pretty much the opposite of what most coaches in most sports do at the community level, but is much more effective for long-term player learning and transfer, which actually the point is’ is it?
I easily have 40 pages on this topic so I’ll try to make this as simple as possible below, but feel free to reach out to me if you want more clarification on things.
CLA is based on 3 different types of restrictions, namely…
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