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Post Sports Training Tips??
Hello To All

Tips to Improve Reaction Time and Decision Making
1.Study Opponents' Most Likely Plays. When athletes know an opponent's typical strategies or moves, they can narrow the number of possible counter plays. Scouting reports give valuable information to coaches who can help their teams anticipate opponents' plays that signal planned counter moves.
2.Key in on Opponents' Personal Cues. Spotting an opponent's personal cues (e.g., their stance, where they focus) can telegraph their next move, narrowing the number choices and, thus, speeding up the athlete's correct reaction.
3.Simulate Competitive Conditions. The amount and quality of practice under competitive conditions can reduce reaction time. Scrimmages and contest simulations
teach athletes to make correct decisions under the added complexity and heightened anxiety levels of game conditions. For example, a black belt in a martial arts contest can accurately counter a variety of oncoming strikes from an opponent with minimal delay, particularly when familiar with the opponent's actions under pressure.
4.Anticipate Defensive Players' Actions. Offensive players can deceive opponents by luring them into responding to predictable moves . If opponents are unable to anticipate a new move, processing is slower. For example, a volleyball player may signal a spike, then suddenly execute a dink, effectively catching the defense off guard.
5.Find the Optimal Performance Zone. Reaction time and decision making are influenced by how aroused, or pumped up, athletes are. Athletes whose emotions too run high in competition may detect a limited number of key signals because their attentional focus narrows under pressure.

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Post Re: Sports Training Tips??
Hi

Thanks for sharing this nice information
Please keep sahring this nice information. this is very useful information .

Thanks


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Hi

1.Study Opponents' Most Likely Plays. When athletes know an opponent's typical strategies or moves, they can narrow the number of possible counter plays. Scouting reports give valuable information to coaches who can help their teams anticipate opponents' plays that signal planned counter moves.
2.Key in on Opponents' Personal Cues. Spotting an opponent's personal cues (e.g., their stance, where they focus) can telegraph their next move, narrowing the number choices and, thus, speeding up the athlete's correct reaction.
3.Simulate Competitive Conditions. The amount and quality of practice under competitive conditions can reduce reaction time. Scrimmages and contest simulations
teach athletes to make correct decisions under the added complexity and heightened anxiety levels of game conditions. For example, a black belt in a martial arts contest can accurately counter a variety of oncoming strikes from an opponent with minimal delay, particularly when familiar with the opponent's actions under pressure.
4.Anticipate Defensive Players' Actions. Offensive players can deceive opponents by luring them into responding to predictable moves . If opponents are unable to anticipate a new move, processing is slower. For example, a volleyball player may signal a spike, then suddenly execute a dink, effectively catching the defense off guard.

Thanks


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