Rec’d on YT | Using the Constraint Led Approach for Basketball

Alex Sarama shares the essence of what the constraint led approach (CLA) is, underpinned by ecological dynamics. Practical examples to help basketball coaches make sense of the CLA and to be able to use them as a framework to shape their coaching are outlined.

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