Great Britain Hockey 93026 GBH Talent Development Framework Booklet - Page 20

As mentioned previously, delivering contextually appropriate learning environments where perception and action are coupled will allow greater transfer from our training environments to the competition environment. The more a player travels this non-linear path filled with variability, randomness and specificity, the more they will evidence that learning has transferred. The more they travel this path, the more efficient it becomes. Without continued variation in the learning environment, the edges of the path become overgrown. With a narrow path and a limited range of skillful solutions when an opponent 20