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Why play restricted games?

Published: 11 May 2005 - 16:12 by rippa rit

Updated: 08 Dec 2008 - 20:28

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Mostly restricted games would be a follow up to Routine/Drill training where the shots would then be used in a game situation with some degree of control, or strategy previously set out.

Playing restricted games will assist develop deeper concentration, eg

  • It helps keep the mind on multiple tasks.
  • It is a means of setting up game strategies with purpose, i.e, to play the right shot off the right ball.
  •  It is a way to practice a specific game plan. This game plan can then be adapted to a specific opponent.
  •  It will build confidence during competition by practising a number of game strategies without match pressure.
  •  It will highlight any footwork or movement patterns that are detrimental to playing a full array of shots.

This is how players learn to get out of trouble under extreme pressure.

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