Making Practice Better

Don’t try to replicate the game in practice, instead distort the game. Use varied constraints and restraints that force faster decision making speed and demand higher speed of action. Never allow the athlete to get comfortable into a set pattern. In essence by doing this the game itself will slow down. Make the focus not on perfect practice but on perfect effort. Encourage risk taking to push the performance envelope. Taking these approach demands deep understanding the game and the fundamentals in order to be effective. Changing how you practice will change how you play the game.

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