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This week's guest is Andrew Sheaff, a swimming coach who has embraced the concept of non linear pedagogy and the constraints led approach in to his practice. So much so that he was invited by Professor Keith Davids to collaborate on a book all about the constraints led approach in swimming.

If you go onto Andrew's website you will see the following passage...

"It is extremely challenging to help swimmers to develop the skills to win races...

It's overwhelming to try to teach skills to every athlete, particlulalry when it seems like no on is listening...

And everything that's learned seems to disappear when it's time to start training, or when it really counts in the championship races that matter...

The solution isn't to get better at what you are doing...

You don't need new drills, you don't need new cues, you don't need an expensive new video system...

You need a different approach!"

I couldn't agree more!!

This is a fascinating conversation from a genuine coaching pioneer and innovator...a coaching outlier! Become a supporter of this podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/the-talent-equation-podcast--2186775/support.
This week's guest is Andrew Sheaff, a swimming coach who has embraced the concept of non linear pedagogy and the constraints led approach in to his practice. So much so that he was invited by Professor Keith Davids to collaborate on a book all about the constraints led approach in swimming. If you go onto Andrew's website you will see the following passage... "It is extremely challenging to help swimmers to develop the skills to win races... It's overwhelming to try to teach skills to every athlete, particlulalry when it seems like no on is listening... And everything that's learned seems to disappear when it's time to start training, or when it really counts in the championship races that matter... The solution isn't to get better at what you are doing... You don't need new drills, you don't need new cues, you don't need an expensive new video system... You need a different approach!" I couldn't agree more!! This is a fascinating conversation from a genuine coaching pioneer and innovator...a coaching outlier! read more read less

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