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Subject: Phys. Ed.: Instruction & Fitness

Sports Instruction Series

"Recommended. Produced to encourage participation at all levels." -Ed. Media Review
A thorough, how-to series which will assist educators, Physical Education instructors, coaches and parents in getting young children and teens involved in sports and physical activity. Providing graduated understanding of Click for more

An Introduction to Indoor Soccer 1: Intro to the Game

Indoor Soccer 1, An Introduction to: Intro to the Game

The sport of indoor soccer was invented in Uruguay in 1930 and was internationally recognized in 1971. A hybrid of basketball, water polo, ice hockey, and traditional soccer, this exciting team sport is rapidly gaining popularity throughout the world. An indoor soccer competition is played for 40 minutes (two 20 minutes halves) on a 44 by 22 yard surface, with each team having four players plus a goalie, and with free substitution. In this program, viewers learn basic training techniques and rules of the sport. Training for indoor soccer should be systematic and age-determined, ideally presented in four phases (beginning, intermediate, junior, and senior), consistent with developmental differences as children move through adolescence. Training should be a coordinated process, being play-oriented at first and then gradually intensifying as physical development increases and more skills are acquired, until the final stage when all elements of the sport are integrated into the training regimen. Viewers are shown the proper method for starting and resuming the game of indoor soccer, as well as the four types of violations, including technical, personal, disciplinary, and cumulative fouls, and the consequences of each. Finally, viewers learn the value of thorough physical and mental preparation, gradual warm-up, and systematic skill adaptation, all of which are necessary for effective participation in this challenging sport. 00/09DE IJSCA 30 min.

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