Tag Archive: Dr. Monika Schloder

May 12

Progressive Developmental Model for Age Group Swimmers

American society’s competitive values are equally reflected throughout all sports. Therefore, athletes (swimmers) are often exposed to undue pressure to succeed very early on and are frequently treated a ‘miniature adults’ in regard to expectations by coaches and parents. According to sport psychologists and sociologists burnout rates have increased, as has dropout (73% across all …

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May 11

“Body Language in Coaching: A Tool for Effective Communication”

ASCA World Clinic 2010
 August 30 – September 5 Indianapolis, IN “Body Language in Coaching:  A Tool for Effective Communication”   Abstract …Body Language is the outward reflection of a person’s emotional condition, defined as gestures, postures, and facial expressions by which a person manifests various physical, mental or emotional states and communicates non-verbally with …

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Apr 15

The Importance of Posture in Sports Performance

Posture is important

Coaching Best : The Importance of Posture in Sports Performance Correct and Incorrect Posture One of the unique aspects of ballet training is the requirement that one learns to stand correctly before moving. The balanced placement of the torso over the legs-feet is crucial whereby the pelvis is centered, not tipped forward, sideward or backward. …

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Mar 15

FLY AWAY – The Butterfly Stroke in Swimming (DVD and booklet)

American Swimming Coaches Association ASCA Introduces a new DVD by Dr. Monika Schloder FLY AWAY – The Butterfly Stroke in Swimming (DVD and booklet) FLY AWAY – The Butterfly Stroke in Swimming: A progressive, sequential teaching model utilizing an innovative and interactive to the butterfly stroke. Adaptations from ballet, gymnastics, and track and field are …

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