Rob is a top researcher, teacher, scientist who has done lots of work on skill acquisition and we discuss many areas on how to improve this better. Lots of practical examples of how to help players get better at skill development as well as team development.
Some of our discussion: Different approaches to skill training for baseball. Differential learning. Block training vs chaos or random training. Cross-training and which sports fit well with baseball. Understanding how the body self organizes itself. Verbal, internal clues. Using different items to adapt to a specific movement. Variability can be started at younger ages to help speed up the learning process. Decision making earlier is more effective. Understanding the failure earlier is important. Multi Sport Athletes. Deliberate practice vs random. Task Manipulation. Japanese training, more random will accelerate the process. Selecting a young player wether they throw or hit right or left. So much more to this episode. Rob Gray Web Site: https://perceptionaction.com/ Twitter: @ShakeyWaits Peter Caliendo Your Host: www.baseballoutsidethebox.com Twitter @baseballout
Associate Professor at Arizona State University/Host & Producer of the Perception & Action Podcast/Helping Coaches & Instructors Apply Skill Acquisition Theory & Research/Training Consultant & Practice Designer/Speaker
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