1. Take the game sense approach, look at the sport and the motor skill required to participate in the sport.
  2. Develop a physiological reserve in your athletes where they are able to perform tasks at a higher level and a longer time than their opponents.
  3. Develop strong athletes that can withstand the technical and tactical training without getting injured.
  4. Mental resilience should be part of your coaching programme.
  5. All coaching programmes must be athlete-centred and each athlete must be treated as individuals
    The game sense approach to sport coaching and teaching uses games as a learning tool to:
  6. Increase the motivation of players
  7. Develop tactical and strategic thinking as well as skill development
  8. Be game and athlete centered