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2005 - 34 pages
|As you learn more about sport and become more confident with the children, you |
will probably find that you slide effortlessly into the role of teacher or coach. It will
... You should always change the form of the game or sport to fit the children.
|We never look at ESPN as a television network; ESPN is a sports fan. We should |
always approach the advertising, whether it's of an event or of our own shows,
like we are a sports fan talking about sports as opposed to a network promoting a
|If you have the group just one season, you won't be able to teach them everything |
they need to know. It takes ... They learned the wrong lessons from a coach that
always had to win, no matter what or how, and that's what stuck with them.
|Adult-Centered Youth sport programs should be designed and operated foremost |
for the purpose of meeting the needs of ... Some play primarily for fun and to
socialize with their friends; others find challenge in mastering the skills of sport
and thrive ... Participation Participation goals should always take priority over
|cases in the context of traditional sport, the social construction of age might act as |
a barrier to participation more than the physical effect of an ageing body. More
recently ... Has sport always been important in Fun and adult recreational sport
I͡Uriĭ Lʹvovich Khanin - 2000 - 395 pages
|Sport. Experiences. Sport almost always begins as a free-choice activity. Most |
people have experienced sport in some form, and many view it as a highly ...
What place, then, do the concepts of fun and flow have in a book on emotions in
Lincoln Allison - 1986 - 264 pages
|He recommended that 'sport must be placed here and politics over there: they |
must always be kept separate'.1 For its enthusiasts, sport is an intrinsically good
thing, providing fun or a means of earning a living, and perhaps both.
|The children on a newly formed soccer team love their coach, Miss Malarky, who doesn't know much about the game except how to make it fun, but the school principal and parents have other ideas.|
Robyn L. Jones - 2006 - 208 pages
|Re-conceptualising Sports Coaching Robyn L. Jones ... To help the coach gain |
athlete 'buy in' to 'do it for themselves', the process of internalisation as embraced
by SDT offers some ... know that doing fitness training is not always fun'). Third ...
|Personal Stories: How Sports Influenced the Lives of Dartmouth 64's Ronald B. |
Schram. He knew what was important and made sure we did. He always said that
sports should be fun first and foremost; that winning was a bonus. Many of us ...