AFL / Aussie rules football training: PSYCHOLOGY of coaching

Earlier this year I Part post Of Dan Abraham tweets (Give him a follow!) And I’ll take more things here.

Each day I scroll through my social and then copy the bunch of content I want to read and paste it into my files and then go back and read it later.

Each day I copy at least 1 donation tweets so I can put them all in my own file and 1 long page long!

I especially like the way he breaks down special aspects in the psychology of the game and offers a lot of functional ideas about favorite developments and players and coaches but I like the way he leaves ample room for self-explanation on what he can come up with as a solution / solution.

Today we have a coach based post and I encourage all coaches to go and see what you can do with your coaches 1-2 with these tweets why you do such coaching and / can you make something. The change in that is to be a good coach.

INSIS v VEach – Don’t focus on great attitudes, but teach players mental skills to develop great habits … Don’t be stubborn in effort, but teach players to have mental skills When trying to work hard when tired … Don’t be stubborn in energy, but for sports Teach mental skills to build energy

Coaching Templates – Create a template of experimental evidence (what has worked), empirical evidence (what research tells us) and exploration ideas (what we can create) … these are the e / w / objective information (rules) and press interactions. Can (of / where)

Teaching to Teach – Engage … Change the volume to their liking … Help them pay attention … and take them out of their comfort zone with an eye for support every moment … Test them at the end Understanding, Behavior and Verbal

Why P – Participation x I want to help my players stay busy with now and time … Progress x I want to help my players learn and improve … Performance x I want to help my players build the ability to compete

Coaching environment – is it psychological information? … Are you considering player ideas / feelings / experiences? … is it psychologically safe? … can all your players participate and be weak? … What is the inspirational atmosphere? … is it mastery or ego centered?

Go to player questions – do you want to focus on improving the next activity? … Can you change one thing to make this activity more difficult? … How can you improve your skills with this skill? … How can you help improve a teammate?

Player behaviorHelping your players to change / manage behavior is to help them develop values ​​/ sets, an identity and a set of processes.

Teaching a new teamWhat aspects do I have that influence these players? … How can I establish good relationships? … What does the optimal environment look like here? … Should I engage in coaching practice?

Coaching – is a psychological social disciplinest… is the process of engaging people … is a process that helps players learn … the dialogue between themselves and the players … is a clever combo of instructions and questions

Coaching – Team play requires an external focus of attention to pattern recognition, but focusing changes the inner space on a regular basis … players tend to forget straight after teaching them … force can be the biggest distraction.

What / How / Why Coaching – What Do We Want? … How do we want to do it? … why are we going this way?

Coach self-skills – self-awareness through purpose, belief / value, strengths / weaknesses, personality traits … self-regulation on and off the ground … what is self-reflection working on, what can improve, what else?

Coaching Toolboxes – Use them when needed … Be a director / non-director … Design representative / Less representative … Challenge groups and individuals … Give autonomy / support or official permission

Coach Reflection – What Happened? … What thoughts / feelings did you experience? … What was good / bad about them? … What do you make of it? … What else could you do? .. What do you do next time?

Coach Known – Declarative Knowledge Something about “Knowing how to lose a defender” Knowing something about … Procedural knowledge Knowing how to do something like “I lost my defender using my knowledge” … Conditional knowledge when knowing / Why “I use this knowledge in this situation because …”

Coaching Lenses – The wide lens looks at the group as a whole and their interactions … The narrow lens looks at individual players and their multiple functions (in relation to obstacles) … The internal lens looks at what they think / feel … The self lens I look at is optimal right now?

Coach Self Skills – Critical Thinking / Looking at Bias Self Reflection … Looking at Character Traits Self Awareness, Does It Help / Obstacles, Objectives, Values, Cochrane Weaknesses … Looking at Tools to Control Symptoms Self Control Objectives Using Your Values ​​and Coaching To organize oneself around weaknesses

I found a bunch of other categories of his tweets, like if you liked other posts posted.

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