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- 0:31 - In contrast to the “before practice” checklist, what are key components of the “during practice” checklist?
- 0:58 - Dependent on the kind of coach and the “coaching moment”.
- 2:53 - Common things coaches should avoid when giving feedback to their athletes.
- Staying on track with the original goal of practice and minimizing information overload.
- 4:51 - Should coaches focus on working with groups of athletes at a time, or just individuals?
- 5:09 - Example given in the context of young athletes.
- 8:11 - Importance of encouraging athletes to practice on their own time by their own volition.
- 9:06 - Chris’ thoughts on including progressions and themes in practices.
- 9:41 - Benefits of interleaved practice that mimics the constant change in games.
- 11:42 - Balance of variety and consistency in practice planning.
- 13:32 - If the original practice plan seems to be ineffective, should coaches stick with the plan or improvise?
- 14:37 - “Coaching experiments” and the impact and importance of showing vulnerability as a coach.
- 16:01 - Chris’ thoughts on having post-practice consistent routines and discussions with either the coaching staff or the athletes.
- 20:23 - Ways in which coaches can get feedback on the effectiveness of practice
- Writing down things to focus on in one practice + increasing skill sets
- 23:03 - Similarities and differences of working with beach volleyball coaches and coaches from other sports.
- 26:34 - Chris’ thoughts on intentional coaching and why he emphasizes it.
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