hitumup59 Posted April 12, 2012 Share Posted April 12, 2012 As a high school coach and teacher of 32 years, I use many progressive drills (beginner to advanced) in the classroom, on the court, and on the field to assist my athletes to understand the complexity of a given skill and or sport. As the student-athlete masters a given skill, I will challenge them with what I call "Pyramiding", demonstrating multiple skills at the same time. Each skill will become more complex. The final outcome of a skill for a specific activity will be "mastery". With that being said, "What progressive skills can be applied for a novice skier on the course"? Cite examples of drills one could practice for pull out, setting up for the gates, edge changes, etc. This could be fun to practice on land or in the sea. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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