Coaching Education | November 2007
November 7, 2007 09:00 PM
Jacob Daniel attempts to answer the question of whether or not player development is more efficient during practice or game time. He takes the four trainable components, Technique, Tactics, Fitness and Psychology, and evaluates the difference between practice time and game time. Daniel also answers the question of what the game to practice ratio should be, as well as how to prevent player burnout.
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