In Episode 72, Sam Larner raises some excellent points about how we as coaches of teams measure the success of elements within the game. His example is why do we continually kick to the corner from a penalty when our lineout may not be consistently good enough to make the most of this opportunity. This got me thinking about "resulting" which is discussed by Annie Duke in Episode 37 of The Knowledge Project podcast titled Getting Better by Being Wrong. Resulting is judging the result only on it's outcomes, not on the merits of the decision making processes by which you made it. MORE
Roundup Rodeo Ep70: Reviewing the best content
Host Phil Llewellyn with guests review some of the many great podcasts, books, articles and webinars from the last week.
This week’s guests: Stuart Dixon, Programme lead for Yorkshire Rugby Academy and Alex Grieve, Developing Player Programme lead Yorkshire Rugby Academy.
This week’s content
- Assessing and Evaluating Player Performance and Potential: The Influence of Age. In: Rugby Football Union Player Pathway Conference – Till, K. (2019)
- Challenges and [Possible] Solutions to Optimizing Talent Identification and Development in Sport– Till,K. (2020)
- The Long-Term Athlete Development model: Physiological evidence and application – Till, et al., (2011)
- Considering maturation status and relative age in the longitudinal evaluation of junior rugby league players – Till, et al., (2013)
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