Schlagwort-Archive: Inner Coaching

From Inner Coaching to „Coaching in sports“

The Blog www.innercoaching-blog.de now has the title
„Coaching in sports – new ways in learning“. Started with the thoughts and ideas of Timothy Gallwey and others about Inner Game and Inner Coaching the scaffolding of the blog is more. From there, we started thinking outside the box.

We included all aspects with an evidence-based background that deliver a change in coaching in sports („new ways in learning“): constraints led approach, external focus, differential learning, non-linear pedagogy, implicit learning, theory of dynamical systems,….

And it is not at an end.

 

Quality before quantity

One important substance of my Inner Coaching (TMS) approach, what includes „trick the mind drills“, implicit -differential learning, constraints led approach and non-linear pedagogy, is this:

A high range is to be replaced by a high learning intensity. Quality before quantity.

 

Inner Coaching 1993

„The ideas about teaching and learning have changed dramatically over the past decades. For a long time, the view was that learners had to be „filled“ with knowledge and behavior „like by a funnel“. It is not uncommon to try to force this knowledge by force. But the times of supposedly unambiguous and non-questionable movement regulations are also a thing of the past in the technology transfer.

Serious teaching methods are geared to learners, their needs and interests. The 5-time Swedish Wimbledon winner Björn Borg has asked years ago: „Do not let yourself be influenced by rigorous tennis teacher rules. Discover your individual abilities, do not be afraid to experiment with anything that will benefit your game. “

(Stefan Schaffelhuber in: Inner Coaching, 1993)

Tennistraining Junior and Inner Coaching

https://image.jimcdn.com/app/cms/image/transf/dimension=1820x1280:format=jpg/path/sbe22dce727983200/image/ib68c959ba1ed1cba/version/1473924335/image.jpgNow published:

Frercks Hartwig: Effektives Lernen mit Inner Coaching. Coaches guide for a varied and versatile training. „Here is the coach supporter, companion and facilitator of learning processes“. Bezzenberger-Verlag, Heppenheim, August 2016

Here the complete article Effektives Lernen, Neue Wege im Tennistraining and more useful informations in „Tennistraining Junior 4/2016“.

Meeting Coaches

IC1
Everybody can learn to play tennis, as he learned to walk, when he was a child.
IC2
„How can you think an hit at the same time?“ Choking under pressure influences pros and beginners
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What does a good player need?
IC3
players selforganization and autonomy
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„What is the coach good for“ 😉
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TMS Coach Frercks Hartwig describes differencial learning in an example out of soccer

 

The background

INNER COACHING (TMS)
Evidence based coaching

What can you find, when we talk about „INNER COACHING (TMS)“?

Which ideas and theories, which methodological approach makes us believe, that this, in his entirety new way of teaching and learning motor skills is the easier and faster way for coaches and learners? I’ve composed the most important elements. If you want to know more about one of these ideas, research results and concepts, you can enter it into the search bar and get further information there.

What comes first?

My facebook-friend Julio Godreau (PTR-Coach in the USA and PTR Mississippi Member of the Year) started on facebook a discussion about the question, what should be the preference for a coach: tactics or technique.

Here is the summary of my comments: „In a playful, holistic and implicit learning, and following new studies in neurobiology we believe, that we don’t need any instruction of technique. If you want to know more about this approach of teaching and learning motor skills, read more on www.innercoaching-blog.de or send a message to info@tms-tennis.de. Nearly all posts in the blog are written in german and in english.“ „I’m glad to be member of this discussion! Thx to Julio Godreau for starting it! What comes first? weiterlesen

Konzentrier Dich!

Demonstration des Stroop-Effekts (Animation)

A nice test for the ability to concentrate is the „Stroop Test“, named after the psychologist Ridley Stroop (see picture above text). Heiko Ernst finds in Psychology Today, Issue 2/2014, five factors that are important for the focus on the essentials.“ In his article, Ernst notes, among other things, that in the modern information society concentration is increasingly difficult.

Konzentrier Dich! weiterlesen

Motorisches Lernen im Golf – eine Dissertation

Klaus Joachim Wewetzer

In seiner Dissertation zum „Motorischen Lernen in der Sportart Golf“ hat Dr. Klaus Joachim Wewetzer die Wirksamkeit von implizitem und diffenziellem Lernen  für Anfänger in der Sportart Golf untersucht.

Für unseren Inner Coaching Lehr- und Lernansatz sind die Ausführungen von Wewetzer immer wieder eine inspirierende Quelle.

In der folgenden Tabelle Motorisches Lernen im Golf – eine Dissertation weiterlesen