Handball coaches' perception of the offensive and defensive variables of the game in u-12 teams
AbstractThe aim of this work was to map and discuss the technical and tactical contents (offensive and defensive) of the handball under-12 teams, with speeches from expert coaches. The sample consisted of six coaches, whose interviews were tabulated and analyzed based on Collective Subject Discourse method. The results of defensive contents showed that is important the development of the individual system, the different technical and tactical elements and to teach some zonal systems. On the offensive content emphasizes argue the need of different tactical-strategic options facing the individual and zonal defensive systems, and also noted that some coaches value the efficient execution of technical movements and others that are more concerned with players game comprehension and the multiple experiences of them. Is evident, based on discussion of the results and the literature consulted, the concern with the development of the gaming skills (such as perception, attention, anticipation and decision making) from diversified experiences, allowing players to experience different playing positions without targeting early specialization.
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