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  1. Specialized Movement Phase

  2. Specialized Movement Skills • Specialized movement skills = task specific • FMS are not task specific • Proficiency barrier

  3. Stages of the Specialized Movement Phase • Transition Stage (7-10 year olds) • First attempts to refine/combine mature movement patterns • Accuracy and skill in lead-up activities • Skill and proficiency are still limited

  4. Application Stage (11-13 years olds) • Aware of personal physical assets and limitations • Individual focuses on certain types of sports • Practice, practice, practice

  5. Lifelong Utilization Stage (14 and up) • Selects a few activities to regularly participate in • Fine tuning stage

  6. Youth Sports • Activities taking place outside of school day • Youth sports involvement has increased • Y.S. are controversial in many aspects • WHY?

  7. Healthy Participation in YS Should:

  8. Youth Sports • Youth Sport participation is exclusionary • How?

  9. Benefits of Youth Sports?

  10. Negative Aspects of Youth Sport Participation

  11. Coaching Education • Developmental progressions related to specific sport • Certified in First Aid and CPR • Volunteer Coaches • Appropriate role models • Background consists of playing particular sport, but not teaching of particular sport • Little formal preparation required • “Coaching Code of Ethics” ( NAYS)

  12. Parental Education • Parents Association for Youth Sports (from website) • Stops negative parent behaviors before they happen • Educates parents on their roles and responsibilities • Enhances parent/league relationships • Holds parents who are PAYS members accountable for their actions to a Parents' Code of Ethics

  13. Over possessive parents • Violent incidents at Youth Sport events • Over scheduling of children

  14. Drop outs/ Burn outs in YSP • Reasons?

  15. Programs • http://ed-web3.educ.msu.edu/ysi/ • National Alliance for Youth Sport – “Smart Start”