How small-sided and conditioned games enhance acquisition of movement and decision-making skills.

  title={How small-sided and conditioned games enhance acquisition of movement and decision-making skills.},
  author={Keith Davids and Duarte Ara{\'u}jo and Vanda Correia and Lu{\'i}s Vilar},
  journal={Exercise and sport sciences reviews},
  volume={41 3},
This article summarizes research from an ecological dynamics program of work on team sports exemplifying how small-sided and conditioned games (SSCG) can enhance skill acquisition and decision-making processes during training. The data highlighted show how constraints of different SSCG can facilitate emergence of continuous interpersonal coordination tendencies during practice to benefit team game players. 
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