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Jim Mckay and Donna O’Connor

• Challenge the system further by manipulating task constraints (e.g., time, space, rules) to suit. For example, add more defenders or conversely, if struggling towards a solution reduce the difficulty by reducing the number of defenders • Encourage players to adapt and be creative. Unstructured practice is

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Judith Jiménez-Díaz, Karla Chaves-Castro and Walter Salazar

explanation is that free play promotes an unstructured practice, but no formal instruction or feedback is given to the participant. As a result, this unstructured practice during free play could be sufficient for small improvements in MC. However, these findings should be taken with caution, given that they