Ultimate in motion: Balance and dynamism
Florian et Marie Gailliegue, Jan 31, 2021 - Sports & Recreation - 287 pages
Ultimate in motion is a philosophy of play that places dynamism and balance at the center of the player's priorities. From this global and systemic approach comes a set of tactics, strategies, and associated structures. This book also aims to propose a complete environment in which each player can flourish. It is intended for players who wish to perfect their mental, physical and skills, as well as for coaches who wish to create an efficient and synergistic team. The concepts covered are the result of extensive research and reflection involving international coaches and strategists.
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