By Jim Denison
Too usually training is visible by means of activities technological know-how scholars as mechanistic and prescriptive. What a trainer does in education and at the sidelines, although, is way extra complicated and concerned than just environment workouts and drills. powerful training calls for quite a number 'knowledges', from the pedagogical to the sociological, physiological and mental. during this ebook academics, teachers and coaches from bathtub University's 'Team bathtub' training and educating school examine how a variety of 'knowledges' impact each coach's day-by-day practices.
The e-book could have 3 sections. the 1st part should be written by means of activities students who've or are nonetheless training. part might be written by means of trainer educators who're lively elite coaches. the ultimate part will characteristic 3 indepth interviews with 3 grasp overseas coaches.
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Coaching Knowledges: Understanding the Dynamics of Sport Performance by Jim Denison