By Dr Martin Lee
This booklet has arisen out of a necessity for a textual content which tackles the targeted matters with regards to training childrens (from 6 - sixteen) in game. teachers (many with training adventure) and practitioners were commissioned to jot down on their expert components.
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The other consideration is the effect that the debates over the ‘new’ ideas are having on adults, for, after all, children’s sport is largely organized by them either as parents and/or coaches. Children’s experience of sport varies from going to relatively low key activities such as swimming classes, gym club or soccer practices on a Sunday morning to the more highly pressured activities such as going to the pool every morning before school for swimming training. The variety of activities open to children today is extensive, but only if the parents are able to support them with transport, equipment, and entry fees.
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The more involved the child becomes and the better she/he gets, the more pressure grows, not only on them but also on their parents. This nebulous thing called ‘pressure’ has a lot to answer for. , 1991). Pressure can lead to stress, which can often, The regulation of children in sport 23 although not always, be harmful and although sport psychologists are able to help us with techniques to reduce stress the problem still remains. It remains because the pressure comes largely from outside the individual, from the way in which sport and competition are valued in society.