Types of Practice

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  • Types of Practice
    • Part
      • low organisation skills
      • complex or dangerous skills
      • example
        • tennis serve
    • Whole
      • practice whole skill
      • continuous skills
      • gain kinaethetic feel + aid fluency
      • example
        • golf swing
    • Whole-Part-Whole
      • serial or low organisation skills
      • helps identify strengths+ weaknesses
      • aid fluency + add kinaesthetic feel
      • example
        • triple jump
    • Massed
      • no stops till improved
      • discrete skills
      • need to avoid bordem
      • example
        • cricket shot
    • Distributed
      • rests are taken
        • do unrelated skills during rest
      • new or complex
      • could cause negative transfer
      • example
        • basketball player to then play table tennis
    • Fixed
      • stable/predictable environment
      • closed skills
      • example
        • tennis player serving
    • Varied
      • open skills
      • different conditions
      • example
        • any team sport
    • Progressive-Part
      • example
        • triple jump
      • chaining
        • learn hop
          • then hop, step
            • then hop, step and jump

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