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The Rend Sports Show

The Rend Sports Show

By Nabil Murad
There is so much confusion on what, why and how when it comes to youth sports.

Nabil Murad, a professional youth basketball coach and youth sports coordinator, dives into a variety of topics, sharing best practices, and ideas on the what, why, how and when of youth sports coaching. Tune in every fortnight as Nabil unpacks a topic relating to athletes, coaches, and/or parents. If it concerns youth sports, it will be discussed here.
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The Butterfly that never learned to fly (S01E02)
This week's episode builds on last week as our friends Sarah (our subconscious mind) and Carla (our conscious mind) help us understand the role that they play in learning and why asking questions in practice can facilitate better retention, retrieval and transfer of information.  Link to Episode One - Snipers Don't Use Shotguns and neither should Coaches.  Link to Dan Cottrell's guide to Cold Calling - A guide to asking questions in practice
August 26, 2021
Snipers don't use Shotguns, and neither should Coaches (S01E01)
Episode 01 of the Rend Sports Show dives into Coaching Practices and how we can change some elements of practice to assist with our players learning process. We discuss the use of Shotguns and Snipers in providing feedback and we also look at the difference between the working memory and long term memory in the learning process.
August 07, 2021
Blogcast: Understanding Pareto Principle’s Relation to Youth Player Development
This episode is also available as a blog post:
July 21, 2021
Blogcast: Importance of Enjoyment in the Learning Process
This episode is also available as a blog post:
July 21, 2021
Blogcast: Know Your Players and How it can help Energise Your Practices
This episode is also available as a blog post:
July 21, 2021
Blogcast: Artists are Creative and Elicit Emotions; Science is Factual and Dull
This episode is also available as a blog post:
July 21, 2021