2021.10.15 22:52 IGeeButterSnaps Xbox series X/S week 1 Chiefs pats open
Hey there! We got a realistic sim league set up and ready to go. About to be in week 2 just tryna fill up a couple spots left! https://discord.gg/xKhCEE9Z
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2021.10.15 22:52 bombasticbitchwnoass U can send pics on reddit now??? 😒😒why wasn’t that option around when I had a reddit bf 4 years ago and he wanted to see my toes
2021.10.15 22:52 aidenburns13 What do we think attendance is gonna be like?
seems like a lot of people are looking for refunds and selling their tickets. hoping it’s kinda low because 2019 sucked with that many people, venue is way too small.
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2021.10.15 22:52 AbuKalam007 3D Screen Magnifier for Smartphone – Curved HD Mobile Phone Amplifier Screen
2021.10.15 22:52 Westero F2P Arena scoring options (as of Shared Bounty)
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2021.10.15 22:52 marksters Best place to swap/exchange for One Off chain?
I looking for competitors to changelly.com. Looking to exchange crypto for ONE (off chain crytpo such as ETH, BTC, USDC, LTC... maybe coins like ALGO, NANO, XLM, BNB). Want to do this off any central exchange and as fast as possible.
Looking for the lowest fees.
Changelly is good, but has high fees.
Not looking to bridge any assets due to high fees.
Ideally, there'd be a site JUST for this purpose of converting anything back to $ONE.
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2021.10.15 22:52 Sergemiester11 Mersh Last Night With More Pod Awful Talk
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2021.10.15 22:52 Dry-Variety-1524 I'm not sure what these are, but they grow right outside my apartment door in the pacific northwest.
2021.10.15 22:52 jih1234 I’m trying to Join the Uber eats family but my insurance keeps getting accepted and turning to expiring soon. I’ve put a whole month of insurance on and it still says it’s expiring soon, has anyone else experienced this problem I’m from the uk and need this sorting or help sorting soon as.
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2021.10.15 22:52 Initial-Jackfruit188 HOZ 194 for sale on ps4!! HMU WITH OFFERS!!
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2021.10.15 22:52 Uncle_Mustache The Three Investigators Junkyard (from my imagination)
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2021.10.15 22:52 Yigit234 no mini pekka what are you doing !!!!1!1!1!1!1!1!!! 😱😱😱😱😱
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2021.10.15 22:52 creative_name669 How do I manage my extreme fear of loss?
I have never lost a close loved one, but I always have this deep rooted fear of losing the one I love the most.
I’ve finally ended up in a good healthy relationship, both having compatible future plans (which we already are merging together), but I’m so afraid of losing her. Not only in her breaking up, , but even more in her passing away or something. We were talking about having kids in the future, but all I could think about was her dying in labor.
I’ve also often had this with parents, feared I’d lose them when they went on holidays or something, but it’s never been as bad as it has recently. I actually ended up almost crying by the thought of my old dog dying soon..
I don’t have any forgotten trauma, I’ve never really lost anyone. Why is this happening?
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2021.10.15 22:52 snipsnaps1_9 Current U12 Practice Structure
Hey guys, this is my current practice structure (it helps me to outline it and maybe it will be useful to another coach too). Feel free to share your own process/expereinces or to ask questions.
A little background. I took over a bronze U12 team in the fall about a week before their season started.
Skill level: when I came in I saw some decent technical skills but there were some pretty key gaps given that many were already in their second year of club. I also saw huge differences in ability between the most advanced and least advanced players. The pandemic as context is important as it might just have been a matter of "atrophy".
Experience/background knowledge: The kids mostly had a good sense of how to play their positions in terms of typical passing patterns and cookie-cutter runs. They weren't very adaptive though - again context (which applies throughout so I'll stop mentioning it). Very little sense of how to play the game in terms space, team movement, set plays, use of key zones, and a lot of other little game things like staying goal-side, pushing defense to the wings, counting, recovery, all of defending principles, limited understanding of dangerzones, and limited understanding of almost every rule that stops play (with a handful of exceptions - again the gaps from the top to the bottom were really wide).
Social dynamic/teamwork: A lot of strife - harsh tones with one another, piling on negativity onto teammates for mistakes, general dissatisfaction in regards to playing time distribution, and a lot of selfishness/egocentrism (much more than is typical for the age group). Very little constructive communication, limited support on plays (a lot of individual play), and basically no collective movement.
So, I like to periodize and I got the team right at the start of the competitive season. When I periodize I like to think not just in terms of a season of development but a lifetime or career of development. I have a couple of graphics and an excel sheet that I use for reference to guide me and to keep parents appraised of what skills, concepts, traits, etc I am emphasizing during a given phase of development (in the life-stage and in the competitive calendar).
The issue with jumping into my typical structure for the competitive season with this group was that I hadn't had any time to assess them thoroughly, I hadn't had any time to do team building, I had no sense of where they would land competitively in comparison to the opposition, and I had no time to prepare them technically and physically to my liking during an off and pre-season. So moving forward I had to immediately work on relationship/teambuilding, deficient technical skill, rules and stopped play, the competitive dynamic, general comprehension of the sport and game, and our specific tactical approach. You can't do everything at once so I had to establish priorities and then establish goals and a timeline for them, the parents, and myself that were bound to the list of priorities and that helped align their expectations with what I would be doing in practices and at games. As time has gone on we have transitioned from one priority to another and the practice structure, language at games and practices, warm-up, and everything else has adapted to fit the changing priorities.
So as it stands now - here is the current structure:
(1) Primer on practice (establishing goals for the session/week and tying that to their goals for the season and in the long-term)
(2) Technical warm-up with emphasis on continuing to build social bonds and communication (25%), presence of mind (60%), and skill (15%).
(3) 4 rotating groups. Half work on technical while half play games of 2 to 3 minutes. Naturally the technical work and games emphasize the above and are bound to overall developmental goals for the week, season, and long term (the balance of that varies week to week and session to session depending on how intense competition will be at the end of the week and depending on the needs and opportunities that I observe).
(4) another set of 4 rotating groups where both the technical work and the game play are expanded and more realistic in nature.
Since I am emphasizing presence of mind and communication more than anything at the moment - I don't rotate everyone evenly. In phase 3 (above) I set a criteria that dictates what group will get to move into the play area and which will leave it. At the moment that criteria is level of communication, quality of communication, and intensity in effort. Of course I guide, model, and intervene to help them understand what those things look like and I scaffold and moderate my own expectations as needed so that they can be successful in achieving those goals.
While my criteria for phase 3 emphasizes the cohesion and leadership, my criteria in phase 4 emphasises personal responsibility and accountability. Here I move over the individuals who have earned their playing time.
This set up has allowed me to be efficient with practice time and to develop the kids' essential practice and play habits (specifically things like keeping a drill running by being responsible for loose balls, ensuring equipment and teammates are ready, and all of that shopkeeping type of stuff that they will be expected to know and do automatically down the line).
Last point - we're doing all this to transition into developing a competitive team dynamic and mindset. One in which you earn your playing time, you play with intensity, you collaborate with teammates and the coach, you're in pursuit of your absolute best possible performance, and you are responsible for yourself and those around you. This is a really emotionally, mentally, socially, and physically taxing way to live so as we transition I am also seeking to ensure the kids and parents understand that while this mindset and team dynamic are the ideal - they are just ideals. And we push for those ideals most intensely in the pre-season and in-season and decompress from all that in the post and off-season to avoid burnout. This helps keep that work and the game itself satisfying and fun.
Before we started emphasizing a competitive team dynamic I emphasized some of the typical off-season social stuff. Team building, setting general goals and expectations, setting the tone and establishing communication/social norms, physical, technical, tactical, and psychological assessments, and reviewing the basics of gameplay. This was sped up a LOT and a lot of things fell by the side and were added to the list of "I'll get to that" (a specificalllot of the gameplay, tactical, and 1 to 1 relationship and communication stuff between individual players). But generally, practice evolved from a PPP structure to develop rapport, to a 4frame structure to do assessments, to a clinic structure (heavy on drills done in a circuit with some open play at the end to assess), and to the current structure.
In the ultra short-term (the next 2 to 3 weeks) this will be guided by needs and the time available more than anything. But ideally I would like us to use a combination of the PPP model, the 4frame, and to add a an (weekly) alternating day of clinic style and freeplay to the schedule in roughly equal proportions.
In the short-term (3 weeks out), I would like to transition completely to a 4frame model while keeping the alternating day.
In the near medium term (3 to 5 months out) after break I would like to emphasize analysis, team cohesion, technical skill, and fun.
In the near medium term (6-7 months +) I would like to begin transitioning the team to the same mental place we are in right now but with added focus on physical preparation and with the competitive focus on skewed more towards personal goals rather than team goals (as I would like to break the team in two - not entirely up to me btw).
In the medium term (9months out), I would like to be back in the current place working towards optimal performance (as individuals) and unity as a team.
Then during the season the goal is naturally optimal performance, cohesion, and collective action as a team.
PS. Here's what the most recent session actually consisted of:
Emphasis: communication and switching the point of attack.
Primer: reminded them of the goals for the week established at the last practice, let them know what the theme/skills were, and reminded them of the "prize" they were working towards and how to get it and keep it (ie. the play and expanded play drills).
Warm-up: one large box marked with 4 cones - pass and follow in straight lanes, then working the first touch with a soft challenge using the same pattern and some guide cones, pass and follow with two balls around the edge of the box to work the first touch, awareness, and anticipation, modification to include touch lead into dribbling (modification to expand the box to increase dribbling), diagonal pass and follow through the center of the box in two groups to add complexity and require increased awareness and anticipation.
took those who best met the criteria set out
Play 1: 3rd of a field to goal with two gates on opposite touchlines (4v4+GK). The goal is to get the ball through one of the gates before shooting on (full sized) goal. The emphasis is on communication to change the point of attack and finish. Team in possession attacks the big goal, team out of possession defends and immediately changes to the attacking team when possession is regained (only one goal to shoot on - which emphasises communication to transition to attack or defense).
Drill 1: Rondo with wide lines and wide support - 4v1. A large box is available the players in possession can move between cones on the line they are on. They are expected to make a full run to open up and support (ie. completely out to the cone) and are all expected to provide the best option that they can to their teammate with the ball. Play is observed, frozen and adjusted, as needed by the players and the assistant or head coach
ROTATE PLAYERS BETWEEN THE TWO AS NEEDED AND AT A FIXED INTERVAL
BREAK AND COMMUNICATION WITH INDIVIDUAL PLAYERS AS NEEDED
Play 2: 3rd of a field (offense)5 v (defense)4 +GK (fixed offense and defense), defense has a target person (a coach) who will not help defensively or offensively unless directed (expected language is scaffolded) - play from defense starts with a Goal kick. Offensive play starts with a pass to the CAM on a 3 count during which the defense is live. The defense scores by getting the ball to their target person (essentially a CDM) and receiving a pass from the CDM into an endzone. The offense score by shooting on goal.
Drill 2: 3v3 in a box, with possession changing when lost, when point is scored, or when ball goes out. A point is scored by receiving a pass into an endzone dribbling into it off of a pass. The goal is to communicate to change the point of attack and break the line with through balls and passes in over and behind the defensive line. This also helps with awareness of offside position and timing those runs.
ALL GAMES INCLUDE OFFSIDES
CLOSING: Had time for some PKS, did a cool down and stretch, discussed the upcoming game and changes to practice sessions in future weeks as I talked about above. Sent the kids home and stayed for a bit to talk with some players, assistant, and parents.
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2021.10.15 22:52 lilyx16 I did it! Well. I can get better from here but, it taste yumz!
2021.10.15 22:52 RYAN_702_DUNKEL Let’s not forget when the donkey cheerleaders found a real man
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2021.10.15 22:52 Xen-Relay Has anyone been experiencing this when in matchmaking? It seems like I can only play 1 or 2 matchs and then can't play anymore on Xbox.
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2021.10.15 22:52 rationalvillian This crane weight across the street helping build the 2nd tallest building in this city.
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2021.10.15 22:52 JoeMamaGameEnded ayo what he doing over there
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2021.10.15 22:52 iBluefoot Amazon Prime Cancels Adaptation of Art Spiegelman’s Maus: Is This the Beginning of Comic Book Movie Fatigue? [satire]
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2021.10.15 22:52 vacheresse-painter what did you do to change the world today?
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2021.10.15 22:52 Training-Brick-5792 Tyndall effect or just normal swelling/discoloration? (tear trough filler)
2021.10.15 22:52 CoussinCosmopolite Un héritage de 15 millions pris dans les limbes
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2021.10.15 22:52 renjiitzen 22M - If you are depressed, maybe we could understand each other
Hi, I'm "Ren" (22M) from Argentina, i would like to meet new people and be friends. I study all the day by my own bcs I dropped out college to find a job and survive, help me escaping from latinoamerica :(
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