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UK Coaching Participation Team
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Coaching Skills

Physical Qualities One - Youth Physical Development Model

This video is part three of the Youth Physical Development Model, a UK Coaching and Sport Scotland animation bringing to life the evidence based 'Youth Physical Development Model', and what it means for the development of 'Fundamental Movement Skills'

UK Coaching was formerly known as Sports Coach UK. We changed our name after expanding our support as an organisation. We’re now taking it wider than traditional sports because great coaching goes much, much further.

This video delves deeper into the specific physical qualities required to develop a person’s ability to take part in sport and physical activity, and how fundamental movement skills and strength-based training should be the focus earlier in youth development. The video provides specific examples of how fundamental movement skills are key to providing strong foundations, as well as developing agility, speed and power later in development.

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To gain a full understanding of the model and how to include fundamental movement skills in your coaching sessions attend the UK Coaching workshop 'How to Coach the Fundamentals of Movement'.

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