Formative feedback for the coach reduces mismatch between coach and players’ perceptions of exertion

@inproceedings{Brink2018FormativeFF,
  title={Formative feedback for the coach reduces mismatch between coach and players’ perceptions of exertion},
  author={Michel S. Brink and Wouter Frencken},
  year={2018}
}
ABSTRACTObjective: The aim of the present study was to investigate the influence of formative feedback for the coach on the agreement between intended, observed and perceived exertion in soccer.Methods: A quasi-experimental study design was conducted using a feedback intervention. Agreement between coach and players was assessed with and without feedback. The coach filled in the Rating of Intended Exertion (RIE) before training and the Rating of Observed Exertion (ROE) after the training for… CONTINUE READING

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