Muscles and Management

Episode #99 Meathead Monday: Optimizing Skill Development for Athletes and The Four Stages of Learning a Skill to Help Build Quality Movement

July 27, 2020 Gerry DeFilippo Season 2 Episode 99
Muscles and Management
Episode #99 Meathead Monday: Optimizing Skill Development for Athletes and The Four Stages of Learning a Skill to Help Build Quality Movement
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Episode #99 Meathead Monday: Optimizing Skill Development for Athletes and The Four Stages of Learning a Skill to Help Build Quality Movement
Jul 27, 2020 Season 2 Episode 99
Gerry DeFilippo

In this episode Gerry dives into the realm of skill development for athletes and how an understanding of this four-step process can help athletes and coaches alike.

To begin, Gerry gives a breakdown of the official terminology and hierarchy and then gives his own interpretation of each and how he understands them.

From there, the conversation talks about each phase of the process and the best practical ways to move athletes to and through each to ultimately reach the pinnacle of skill development, unconscious competence, or proper performance of movement that can occur without much active thought.

This is where all athletes hope to be and where all coaches aim to get their athletes to. Gerry gives an easy to understand breakdown of how you can help YOURSELF or YOUR ATHLETES through effective skill development using this four-step process.

Support the show (http://www.challengerstrength.com)

Show Notes

In this episode Gerry dives into the realm of skill development for athletes and how an understanding of this four-step process can help athletes and coaches alike.

To begin, Gerry gives a breakdown of the official terminology and hierarchy and then gives his own interpretation of each and how he understands them.

From there, the conversation talks about each phase of the process and the best practical ways to move athletes to and through each to ultimately reach the pinnacle of skill development, unconscious competence, or proper performance of movement that can occur without much active thought.

This is where all athletes hope to be and where all coaches aim to get their athletes to. Gerry gives an easy to understand breakdown of how you can help YOURSELF or YOUR ATHLETES through effective skill development using this four-step process.

Support the show (http://www.challengerstrength.com)