Schlagwort-Archive: evidence based

Alternative Wege im Tennistraining

Hier finden Sie die Präsentation zu meinem Vortrag mit Praxisdemonstration bei der C/B-Trainer*innen-Fortbildung beim Bayrischen Tennisbund in Oberhaching im Oktober 2017. Vielen Dank an die Teilnehmer*innen für Ihre Fragen und Diskussionsbeiträge.
Die meisten der in München vorgestellten Trainingsformen finden Sie über die Suche-Funktion im Blog oben rechts. Einfach „Drill“ eingeben.

This is the presentation at the coaches conference at the BTV in october 2017. It includes informations about „new“ or „alternative“ ways of coaching tennis evidence based.

Why „evidence based“?

Why „evidence based coaching“?

The term is derived from medicine. It describes the attempt to ask what are intuitive training methods derived from coaches‘ learning experience in tennis and how to conduct a scientific review. At the same time, „New paths in tennis learning“ are to be developed.

Evidence-based medicine

„Evidence-Based Medicine (EBM)“ is a recent developmental trend Why „evidence based“? weiterlesen

Die Tennis Bibel

„Die sportwissenschaftlichen Erkenntnisse der letzten Jahre sind aktuell im Prozess, den Tennissport nach und nach zu erreichen und zu professionalisieren. Es ist Ihre Entscheidung, ob sie auf das Boot aufsteigen und ihre Spieler mitnehmen, oder sich lieber am Rettungsring des „Das war schon immer so“ festhalten wollen, während Ihre Spieler untergehen“ …ein Blogbeitrag von Niklas Grimm für innercoaching-blog.de. Die Tennis Bibel weiterlesen

Data-driven approach vs „old-approach“

„When the data-driven approach to high-stakes decision-making did not lead to immediate success—and, occasionally, even when it did—it was open to attack in a way that the old approach to decision-making was not.“ (Michael Lewis)

This article is about Daniel Kahneman and Amos Tversky and their research about decision making that has a great influence in sports.

How Two Trailblazing Psychologists Turned the World of Decision Science Upside Down

More about Kahnemann

Willensanstrengung ist ermüdend

Flirt with science

fragezeichenWe need scientific terms to describe the learning of athletic movements and to understand the process of motor learning. It requires clear definitions of terms used.
 
Some of them we find only in a scientific embossed language. Hard to understand and sometimes used differently. On the long term they need to be clarified. Otherwise the use of these terms for INNER COACHING (TMS) can lead to misinterpretations or may give the impression of an aloof discussion. The following terms need a clarification of their relevance for an implicit motor learning:
 
knowledge of performance – knowledge of result
science based – evidence based

What great coaches need

„First, contrary to common belief (or perhaps what most academics believe), these coaches read a lot ….. they read academic papers, they have an insatiable thirst for (evidence based, peer reviewed) knowledge. ….. This search – according to the data – is driven by a deep dark doubt, driving the obsession to ‘stay ahead’. These coaches are “always striving, driven by the fear of not being good enough”.

Being Coach..

Trainer*in sein ist ein hartes Geschäft!

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Alexander Zorniger (Ex-Coach of the german Bundesliga-Club VFB Stuttgart) Bildquelle: kicker.de

Erfolg und Mißerfolg gehen Hand in Hand. Wir Trainer*innen glauben, dass wir eine hohe Verantwortung für die Entwicklung unserer Sportler*innen tragen. Doch ob wir im Training das Richtige machen oder vielleicht nur wertvolle Zeit vergeuden, werden wir tatsächlich nie erfahren. Dafür spielen zu viele Faktoren mit hinein. In jedem Training haben wir Spieler*innen, die – natürlich zu Recht – offen oder hinter vorgehaltener Hand unsere Methoden hinterfragen. Wir stehen in ständiger Konkurrenz zu den Kolleg*innen auf den Nachbarplätzen. Selbstzweifel gehören deshalb zum täglichen Geschäft. Being Coach.. weiterlesen

Quality first

danmarkWe are talking about quality versus quantity in coaching tennis. There seems to be a consense, that the focus should be on quality. But how can we decide, what is „quality“ in tennis training? Who decides how a high quality tennis coaching could look like?

This brings me back to the point, I have already discussed on www.innercoaching-blog.de, that we have to develop an evidence based coaching!

Have you heard about the danish soccer club FC Midtjylland, 2015 champion in Danmark? With the help of computers, science and probability theory!

Part-to-whole-progression

There are a lot of disciplines in science that are evidence based. But not so in coaching motor skills. In the following article Bain and Mc Gown show, that there is still a methodical traditionalism that ignores evidence based research.Carl McGown, AVCA Hall of Famer

Bain/McGown use three questions from an article that recommends the use of part to whole progressions and they show the evidence based error:
1. Is it always better to teach skills to players of all levels strictly by repetition of the whole skill?
2. Is it appropriate for younger players or players that have not yet imprinted proper motor patterns to learn skills by performing only part of the skill?
3. Should a distinction be made for what training methods are appropriate for more advanced players as compared to players in
their early years of training?