“Less players = shorter practice” Every coach is concerned about the training load of their team. The most basic (and
“Check the equipment” Coaches often (it not always, hopefully at least) preach precision and attention to detail in their players.
“The match is the exam for practice” The object of practice is to prepare to play matches. It seems like
“Drill performance is not learning” Coaches spend a lot of time on drills. If you spend a little bit of
“High intensity and high quality are not the same.” Coaches like to see their teams fully engaged in practice. They
“Competition makes practice better” The reasons for having competition in practice are many and obvious. Competition focuses attention. Competition motivates
“To improve practice, raise standards” The most famous* research in the field of sports psychology is the relationship between