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Comments (8)

   
Simo

Really insightful piece, loved the reference to Beyonce and the story of how she goes into the learning zone (critical analysis and reflection) following a performance.

18/02/17
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Emily_P

Really worth a watch

31/03/17
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Emily_P

like the comment 'we need to know when to seek the learning zone and when to see the performing zone'. I maybe spend too much time in the learning zone as a coach and need to reflect on how I might work differently in the performing zone.

31/03/17
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Emily_P

like the comment 'we need to know when to seek the learning zone and when to see the performing zone'. I maybe spend too much time in the learning zone as a coach and need to reflect on how I might work differently in the performing zone.

31/03/17
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Emily_P

also worth being more explicit in your planning and with the athletes about the purpose/approach being taken for the practice/session/game

31/03/17
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Ludo

It's very true what he says about creating 'low-stakes islands' in a chronic high-stakes environment. As coaches, it's so important to demonstrate to our athletes that even though we expect top performance at competitions, there is always a safe place for them to learn and improve in the practice sessions beforehand.

31/03/17
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robertkmaaye

Just thought I would share that Eduardo and Jeremy Frith have linked up to share their thoughts on the above talk's relevance to sport and coaching. The blog Jeremy posted is here https://www.connectedcoaches.org/spaces/10/welcome-and-general/blogs/general/6622/learning-and-performance-zones-in-sports

12/04/17
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welshrunner

As a new coach but an experienced runner, this was very useful.

16/05/17
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