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Multi-skills for badminton

Multi-Skills for Badminton

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Overall aims & focus:
To provide coaches with an overview of the general principles of multi-skills and how physical skills that can be developed in other sports can be transferred into badminton.
Candidates will also learn how to manipulate a session to develop these generic hitting, moving and throwing skills in an enjoyable environment.

Target audience:
Level 1 coaches & Level 2 coaches (or aspiring) working with younger players

Learning outcomes:
- Understand the general principles of multi-skills and why they are important
- Be able to transfer and develop multi-skills concepts in the badminton environment

Key content linked to outcomes:

  • Understand the general principles of multi-skills and why they are important

- What are multi-skills?
- balance, coordination and/or agility, decision making, communication etc.
- Why are they important
- Identify top multi-skills for badminton
- Physical skills from; rugby, football, cricket and athletics.
- Look at the components of these sports and how we can transfer these into badminton.

  • Be able to transfer and develop multi-skills concepts in the badminton environment

- Fun multi-skill games
     - Generic
     - Balance games
     - Agility games
     - Hand-eye coordination games.
- STEP model of adjusting Space, Task, Equipment and/or People.
- Transfer these generic skills learnt to badminton, how to introduce the;
         - Badminton court – types of movement
         - running, jumping, jumping to the side etc.
         - Racket – practices for increasing hand eye, arm speed?
         - Net height

Assessment method:
Attendance Only

Delivery method:
3 hour practical workshop
 

Prices:

Non Coaching Register member - £40

Badminton England Coaching Register member - £30

 

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