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Why??? After analysing my stroke repertoire observation schedule and video analysis, it was evident that my main weakness in badminton is my overhead clear. Therefore, I used 2 methods of focussed data collection to look at the clear in more detail…..
Method 1: Technique Analysis Observation Schedule Process: Watched a model performer as many times as necessary to gain set criteria (P.A.R/sub routines) Having written criteria in the form of a technique analysis observation schedule my Clear was observed in a feeder drill. An observer sat at the side of the court and watched whilst a feeder played high serves to the back of the court as many times as necessary for me to side step back, return the clear and recover to base. The observer put a tick or cross next to each criteria to highlight whether it was a strength or weakness.
Technique Analysis Observation Schedule Why Appropriate? Model performer paints a visual picture of what the shot should look like. (Mechanics and flightpath) Permanent record due to written format for comparison at a later date. Comparison to a model allowed identification of strengths and weaknesses in sub routines. Through observing the model it motivates you to strive to reach the same standard. Objective feedback – Non bias Allows training priorities and goals to be made specific to your flaws. Closed environment for assessment so that you and the observer can isolate the weakness.
Court Diagram Observation Schedule Process 1 set against an opponent of equal ability. An observer sat and recorded the outcome of my overhead clears. An observer recorded where my clears were played from and to on the court.
Court Diagram Observation Schedule Why? Why? Why? TECHNIQUE ANALYSIS PLUS COURT DIAGRAM = MORE RELIABLE AND VALID RESULTS Tells you the flight path and outcome of the clears which are not highlighted in the TAOS providing a more holistic view of performance. Objective Non bias feedback again. Converted to statistics which are hard to argue with. Reinforces TAOS findings based on placement. Written evidence which can be used as a comparison at a later date. Competitive game places the clear under pressure when against equal opponent.
RESULTS OF FOCUSSED DATA COLLECTION PREPARATION Fault : Don’t side step quickly to the back of the court Slowly shuffling backwards Cannot get behind the shuttle which is already falling so cannot hit the shuttle at the highest point Because I am still moving backwards at impact – Results in a lose of balance. And less time to make appropriate judgements on placement etc
ACTION Fault: Do not transfer weight from back foot to front foot at impact Because I am not side on and not back early enough, my weight is not fully on my back foot which makes shifting weight forwards almost impossible. Lack of transfer of weight restricts the power at contact as there is no forward momentum and body weight behind the shuttle to propel the shuttle to the back court. Impact is a mid court return the perfect position for my opponent to smash.
RECOVERY Consequences in the recovery Phase. Fault: Unable to recover quickly to base. Due to poor weight transfer I am out of position at the back court which does not give me the momentum back to base to recover. Impact: More space for my opponent to exploit. Unprepared for the next shot and forced to play defensively.
What to consider: Many errors happen in preparation and will often have a knock on effect on other phases of a skill If your errors occur in the action phase they are more than likely to affect the recovery. Look at your data collection and ensure this has not been completed incorrectly. Incorrect data collection affects results and discussion. Remember you are the performer (self) I I I If there are many faults select 3 maximum. Pick those which inter-relate to make discussion flow Do not contradict yourself. “I do not transfer my weight but always return to base quickly”. Unlikely Justify every point you make. When executing the overhead clear I fail to reach up with a straight arm (long lever) and contact the shuttle at the highest point. “Having a bent arm means I am letting the shuttle fall. This seriously reduces the force and speed generated at point of contact. As a result my clears lack power, distance and height to the back of the court”. Take your time to think before you write to structure answer more effectively
Why use model performers? Paints a visual picture of how a skill should be performed. (visual feedback When and why?) Provides us with set criteria (P.A.R) Provides a bench mark a starting point to develop performance. Allows us to make comparison to identify strengths and weaknesses in our sub routines. (Detect flaws) Based on the results we can set realistic training goals and priorities related to stage of learning. Through observing a model it motivates us to strive to reach the same standard. Can be used to gauge improvements following a period of practice. Range and quality of movements of an automatic player highlighted
HOMEWORK:2 QUESTIONS Q1. Describe this complex skill (Clear) and Discuss your development needs (Faults) (6) Structure guide: Describe the purpose of the clear briefly and describe the preparation, action and recovery of the skill. Discussion and reflection of faults. Look at the reflection sheet on Page 29 of your homework and task sheets and the wiki focussed data collection power point. Think how to fluently link your discussion Preparation fault to Action fault to recovery fault.
HOMEWORK Q2. Discuss the benefits of using a model performer to develop your performance. (Your clear) (6 Marks) Think of these building blocks as a structure. You must expand on all point made. Relate to self I I I 1: Allowed me to obtain set criteria/how the clear should be performed (Flight path and mechanics) 2. Visual picture 3. Sets a bench mark of where I need to go to reach my true potential. Identify level of performance. 4.Through comparison to model I could detect flaws (Example of one) 5. Range and qualities of skilled player 6.Motivational tool to strive to reach the same standard. 7.Set training goals specific to flaws in technique to prevent aimless training. 8.The written nature of the comparison allows me to compare and gauge improvements at a later date.