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Areas of Partners Instructors & Administrators


Development Technical


To Do


It is important to practice fundamental movement skills before sport-specific skills are introduced. The following technical skills can be introduced in an unstructured, multi- sport environment


Throwing


• Basic backhand and forehand grips and throws at short and medium distance • Body positioning • Throwing without a mark


Catching Parents & Instructors Lifestyle


• Pancake catch for both stationary catch and step into catch Teach children concepts about


• Nutrition – eating in a healthy way e.g. starting the day with breakfast and avoiding fast-food abuse • Hydration • Regeneration


Participation in a child’s preferred sport should occur once or twice a week, so long as there is participation in many other sports 3 or 4 times per week to ensure future excellence. Children should also be encouraged to partake in active play – e.g. tag, biking, etc.


Ensure that activities revolve around the school year and are enhanced by multi-sport camps during summer and winter holidays.


Parents & Instructors SOTG


Emphasize that players should treat others as they would want to be treated and respect others.


Emphasize a safe play environment and non-contact.


Encourage positive communication between players through sideline support.


Engage teams in developing creative and fun team names and cheers.


Practice cheering and encouraging opponents when they make a good throw or catch.


Shake hands at the end of every session. 35 ULTIMATE CANADA LTAD


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