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Basketball Australia coaches conference : even better practice, 3-4 May 2016 ; Fundamental movement patterns / Markus Kluesmann.

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Field name Details
Record Number 513076
Item Type Video
E Resource
Meeting Name Basketball Australia. Conference (2016 : Canberra, ACT.)
Title Basketball Australia coaches conference : even better practice, 3-4 May 2016 ; Fundamental movement patterns / Markus Kluesmann.
Other title Fundamental movement patterns
Published 2016
Description 1 streaming video (26 minutes 12 seconds) : mp4 file + 1 computer file (PDF)
Content Type two-dimensional moving image
text
Media Type computer
Carrier Type online resource
Series 2016 Conferences
Notes Available for Clearinghouse for Sport member groups B, C, D & E only. How do high performance coaches learn? : presenter Patrick Hunt, President of World Association of Basketball Coaches, Chair of FIBA Technical Commission and Senior Consultant, Australian Institute of Sport.
Contents Conference program Day1 - 3 May 2016 : Opening address - Anthony Moore, CEO, Basketball Australia -- How do high performance coaches learn? - Patrick Hunt, President of World Association of Basketball Coaches, Chair of FIBA Technical Commission and Senior Consultant, Australian Institute of Sport -- Skill acquisition - Adam Gorman, Lecturer, Sport and Exercise Science, University of the Sunshine Coast [NOT FILMED] -- Skill acquisition principles activity - Adam Gorman, Lecturer, Sport and Exercise Science, University of the Sunshine Coast [NOT FILMED] -- Putting it into practice - Andrej Lemanis, Men's National Head Coach, Basketball Australia -- What have we learned: reflection - Adam Gorman and Patrick Hunt [NOT FILMED] -- On ball situations: A national approach - Adam Caporn, CoE Associate Coach Men's program, Basketball Australia -- On ball situations: A national approach - Peter Lonergan, Director of Coaching, Australian College of Sport, Basketball NSW Campus -- Scrimmage - Women's CoE Players.
Conference program Day 2 - 4 May 2016 : Panel Discussion facilitated by Patrick Hunt - Paul Goriss, Head Coach, Canberra Capitals, Marianna Tolo, Current Opal and 2012 Olympian, Jan Stirling, General Manager of High Performance, Basketball Australia, Peter Lonergan, Director of Coaching, Australian College of Sport, Basketball NSW Campus and Adam Caporn, CoE Associate Coach Men's program, Basketball Australia -- Skill acquisition principles applied: Contested shooting - Brad Davison, National Shooting Coach and Talent ID Manager, Basketball Australia -- Decision making - Adam Caporn, CoE Associate Coach Men's program, Basketball Australia -- Fundamental movement patterns - Markus Kluesmann, CoE Assistant Coach, Men's Program, Basketball Australia -- Implementing Strength and Conditioning into Basketball - Jan Legg, Strength and Conditioning Coach, Australian Institute of Sport -- Coach Communication - Kate Wensley, Senior Psychologist, Australian Institute of Sport -- Scrimmage analysis - Conference groups -- Performance Analysis - Mitch Mooney, Performance Analyst, Australian Institute of Sport -- Coaches wrap-up - Brad Davison, National Shooting Coach and Talent ID Manager, Basketball Australia -- Closing remarks - Jan Stirling, General Manager of High Performance, Basketball Australia.
Presenter Biography : Markus is currently the Assistant Coach of the Centre of Excellence Men’s Program. Markus has a vast experience in high performance programs, working with the Jayco Australian Opals during the London 2012 Olympic Games, the Assistant Coach of the Canberra Capitals and has worked with the Australian Paralympic Committee as part of the 2014 Paralympic Winter Games in Sochi as a sport scientist and strength and conditioning coach. Markus held a Basketball PhD Scholarship at the AIS, which involved providing sport science and performance analysis support to the AIS Men’s and Women’s basketball programs as well as Basketball Australia’s junior and senior National Teams. He has also conducted research projects aimed at generating applied outcomes for coaching and supporting staff.
Summary Basketball Australia presented the inaugural Coaches Conference over two days at the Centre of Excellence at the Australian Institute of Sport, Canberra. This event signalled the intention of the Centre of Excellence to lead the sport to ensure that Australia remains one of the strongest Basketball nations in the world. Basketball is fantastic and we all have a responsibility to develop the amazing talent we have in our country and this conference is one that will enhance your capacity to do so.
Subjects conference
Basketball
Coaching
training
Athlete
skill acquisition
movement
technique
Added Author Kluesmann, Markus Basketball Australia. presenter
Added Corporate Name Australian Institute of Sport
Electronic Resource Click here to watch streaming video (this video is only available to member groups B, C, D and E)
2016 Conference schedule (PDF)
Clearinghouse for Sport Client Services Model (access restrictions explained)
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