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5 Phases of a Sport Skill

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  1. 5 Phases of a Sport Skill • Used to bring a skill down into smaller parts • Helps coaches to detect and correct errors • Key Points are “look fors” that coaches use to produce ideal mechanics/performanc

  2. Five Phases • Preliminary Movements • Backswing • Force Producing Movements • Critical Instant • Follow-Through

  3. 5 Phases of a Sport Skill Preliminary Movements Key Points • Pick a Target • Open stance • Hold Ball with Opposite Hand • Hold the Ball at Waist Height • Eye on the Ball

  4. 5 Phases of a Sport Skill(Soccer Punt) Preliminary Movements Key Points • Pick a Target • Open stance • Hold Ball with Opposite Hand • Hold the Ball at Waist Height • Eye on the Ball

  5. 5 Phases of a Sport Skill Backswing/Recovery Key Points • Eye on the ball • Maintain good posture • Large last step • Ankle locked

  6. 5 Phases of a Sport Skill Force Producing Movements Key Points • Eye on the ball • Maintain good posture • Largest muscles to the smallest • Use arm for balance • Open the hips up

  7. 5 Phases of a Sport Skill Critical Instant Key Points • Eye on the ball • Contact with hardest part of the foot • Lock your kicking foot upwards • Let ball fall below knee height • Lock your leg

  8. 5 Phases of a Sport Skill Follow-Through Key Points • Be smooth and fluid • Foot carries on towards target • Eyes follow ball to target

  9. 5 Phases of a Sport Skill

  10. Phases of a Skill 1. Preliminary movements 2. Backswing 3. Force producing movements 4. Critical Instant 5. Follow through

  11. 5 Phases of a Sport Skill • Badminton Smash – slow motion • Badminton Smash

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