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Day two of the UEFA A licence (part 2) was divided into the three sessions; one each in the morning, afternoon and evening. Ecco Heren Sandalen Outlet . Dr. John Kremer, a Sports Psychologist from Queens University in Belfast, delivered the morning session on sports psychology in football. He covered an incredible amount of content, beginning with the premise that every time a coach opens his or her mouth, the coach impacts a players perception of his or her own performance. Depending on what the coach says to the player, this can have either a positive or a negative effect. Kremer believes that coaches are, by the very nature of their jobs, sports psychologists. The very best coaches have a high capacity to understand players; they can adapt their style of coaching, depending on the needs of each player. Kremer used this quote from Sir Alex Ferguson to explain the point, "Footballers are all different human beings. Some are self-motivators, they need to be left alone...for some, you need causes, your country, them and us...and those causes can be created by the manager." A key message that Kremer delivered was that as a coach, you need to look at who you are, what you can do, and what you cannot do. He believes that you should not surround yourself with people who are like you – you need people who challenge you, who offset your weaknesses. It was the same message that was delivered the previous day by Billy Dixon. Kremer said that players are not limited by their physical capabilities, as many players do not fully explore the limits of those abilities. The thing that limits players is their minds. An over-emphasis on results in football – especially at the youth level – limits our ability to produce players with, what Kremer called, NAch – Need to Achieve. This over-emphasis on results in turn produces an abundance of players with, what Kremer called, FF – Fear of Failure. Given the state of youth soccer in Canada, this discussion struck a chord with me. Kremers information confirmed everything that is wrong with results-driven youth football in Canada, and more important, everything that is right about the CSAs Long-Term Player Development (LTPD) plan. Kremer went on to discuss, in depth, a number of other important topics. Mental toughness, balancing the three Cs (control, confidence and commitment), IZOF (Individual Zone of Optimum Functioning) - which is the stress level at which an athlete optimally performs - and mental imagery were all explained, discussed and debated. When speaking about mental toughness, Kremer said something that resonated in the room. He said that an athlete must play their sport for themselves. If they do it for someone else, they will be mentally fragile as a result. Faye Downey delivered the afternoon session, and it was an extension of the lecture that she delivered on day one. The topic of her presentation was "Trunk Stabilization", and touched on issues surrounding stability, what the stability requirements were for elite football players, how Olympic lifting can aid the development of stabilization, as well as some practical applications of stabilization and strength training. One of the remarkable aspects of Downeys session was the topic of running. Many professional football clubs employ athletics coaches to train and develop speed in players. Yet scientific evidence proves that footballers do not run like track athletes. Downey went on to explain and demonstrate the correct running technique for football, and then had the coaches practice the technique themselves. Downey also said that SAQ (Speed and Quickness) training has little or no impact on developing speed in players. The reason is that it does not improve the players ability to generate force, which is a key component of power (speed). It was another fascinating presentation, and demonstrated yet again how advanced the game of football is becoming at the highest level. Given the years of study required to reach Downeys level of knowledge in her field, it was asked why this information was being presented to the coaches, if only at a superficial level. Her response was interesting – she said that having a broad knowledge of the mechanics of training footballers in a sport-specific way allows coaches to have an informed conversation with specialists like her when planning and periodizing their training calendar. Phil Melville, a staff coach for the Irish FA, and Nigel Best, Performance Manager for the Irish FA, delivered the evening session. There were four topics discussed over the course of the lecture: the use of statistics in football, trends in the modern game, blocking at set pieces and zonal marking vs. man-for-man marking at set pieces. I wont go into great detail about the discussions that took place. With 28 passionate, knowledgeable coaches taking the course – as well as the excellent instructors – there were plenty of ideas put forward for debate. No consensus was found on any topic, which only proves that there is more than one way to play the beautiful game. Day two is best summed up by a quote from Alfie Wylie, staff coach for the Irish FA. At the conclusion of our morning lecture, he dismissed the class by saying, "Remember, your mind is like a parachute; it only works when it is open!" ECCO Heren Cruise Sandalen 841564-02001 Zwart .Y. - Jerome Samson scored once in regulation and again in the shootout as the St. Heren ECCO Scinapse Tie Schoenen 450524-53859 Zwart/Zwart . -- Kyrie Irvings last-minute 3-pointer helped seal another victory for Cleveland -- and the Cavaliers longest winning streak since LeBron James left. . He was followed closely by David Clarkson, donning red, seconds later. Clarksons actions one night earlier, leaping off the bench in defence of Kessel during a pre-season game against the Buffalo Sabres, will cost him the first 10 games of the regular season. Aditi Ashok, the only Indian participant in the womens individual event as golf returned for women for the first time since 1900, posted an impressive 3-under 68 to find herself tied-7th at the end of the first round of four, in Rio de Janeiro on Wednesday.This placed her just three shots behind overnight leader Ariya Jutanugarn of Thailand, who finished with 6-under 65.Aditi teed off in the company of 40th-ranked Carlota Ciganda of Spain and Russias Maria Verchenova, and settled into her groove almost immediately. She comfortably completed the par-five 1st, before registering her first birdie for the week on the 435-yard par-four 2nd.She then played out the remaining seven holes on the front nine without any shots dropped or gained, and then climbed into the top 10 of the leaderboard for the first time with a birdie on the 526-yard par-five 10th. Aditi then scored heer third birdie of the day on the 190-yard par-three 14th, and soon after saw Ciganda slip up from the top of the leaderboard -- the Spaniard was at 6-under at one stage, before a double-bogey on the par-four 15th -- but held her nerve to finish with 3-under 68. Ecco Sneakers Heren Sale. Talking about her opening-round, Aditi told the Golf Channel, At the end of the day, just fall back on your routine, and just go out there and play golf. And thats what I did.As a professional, you dont get an Olympic experience. And to play for my country, especially at such a young age, it means a lot to me, Aditi was quoted as saying.Aditi will be teeing off in the second group of round two -- paired up alongside Ciganda and Verchenova again -- at 4.11pm on Thursday. Cheap Jerseys 2020 Cheap NFL Black Jerseys China NFL Jerseys White Discount NFL Jerseys Stitched NFL Jerseys Cheap Nike NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys 2020 ' ' '