Spatial Development

October 27th, 2020

Try again. To ensure that the exercises simulate a game situation so as to increase the transfer, coaches should consider these factors when designing: T he positions of the players on the field. S us move on the court. S or guidance for the network. Credit: Dr. Stuart M. McGill-2011. T he sequence of events and their duration T he stimuli to which players should react adjusted to the reality of the game L a natural ending the ball game (allowing the player or the team to capitalize on the successful achievement of the action above) His relationship with phases of the motor act: D and the three systems (perception-decision-execution), the only visible and valuable from the outside is the effector neuromuscular, and this explains the importance given to it, while neglecting the other two (which in turn represent the invisible component of motion) We must consider and analyze the situation of partners and opponents for their performance and correct decision and culminate in a successful and effective implementation. Memory to store information, which could influence how to analyze the stimuli that occur in the future. Psychomotor.

S and show some exercises applied especially volleyball, which may be used to start the child in sport and also as a warm-up class, whatever the level of the students. Dr. Stuart M. McGill has much to offer in this field. 1-Spatial Development. -Running for lines around the court, after one of the two halves, or areas. Idem, lateral, remaining in front of the net. 2-term relations. "With sticks or balls, in pairs, change before it hits the ground.

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