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An introduction to using games in training

One big trend in training over the past decade has been the increased use of games. The Teaching Games for Understanding (TGfU) movement in physical education first started a conversation about strategically used games rather than technical drills to teach skills and tactics. Over the last few years, the use of games for athletic development has also get its moment in the spotlight thanks to social media as coaches realize the concept can apply even more so in the realm of physical preparation.

May site theme: the young athlete

This month we are providing some different perspectives on training young athletes, long-term athletic development, physical education, and more. Here are the new resources we’ve put together so far:

You can also browse past monthly themes.

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