Types of Practices. Aim of the lesson: To develop an understanding of the following types of practice situations and the benefits of each: *Passive/active practices *Shadow practice * Co-operative practice * Pressure Drills * Small sided Games * Conditioned games. Passive Practice.
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Aim of the lesson: To develop an understanding of the following types of practice situations and the benefits of each:
* Co-operative practice
* Pressure Drills
* Small sided Games
* Conditioned games
Passive Player does not move
Now that the defender is active the attacker fakes first to try and get round
Shadow Practiceallows you to mirror the movement without actually playing the shot.
Look at the diagram. You will have done this shadow practice in Badminton before:
This is to practice the correct movement and technique without actually hitting a shuttle. Using there racket your partner points to the different areas of the court, making sure that you cover the backcourt, midcourt, and the frontcourt with both your forehand and backhand. You must commit fully during this practice as you would in any competition. Imagine that you are playing against a world class player. It will definitely improve your movement on court, fitness and help you master the mechanics of the shot.
Badminton Shadow Practice
Condition:We are only allowed to use forehand shots.
How this helped:It allowed me to repeat the skill many times which helped it become automatic/gave me more confidence /helped me to groove the technique.
Team Activity: Volleyball
skill/ Technique: Setting
Condition: We were allowed to catch the first ball played over the net.
How this helped: It increased the accuracy of the pass to the setter which enabled their setting skills to be developed