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INTRODUCTION TO FACTORS IMPACTING ON PERFORMANCE
Transcript of INTRODUCTION TO FACTORS IMPACTING ON PERFORMANCE
FACTORS IMPACTING ON PERFORMANCE
Level of arousal
Contributing to team
Working in isolation
Role/Responsibility for the performance
Introduce the factors that can impact on performance
Explain how factors can have a negative and positive impact on performance
By the end of the lesson you should be able to......
Name the 4 general factors that can impact on performance
Name some of the considerations for each of the general factors
Explain in general terms, the impact of some of these factors on performance
Aerobic endurance / stamina
Local Muscular endurance
Simple / Complex
Open / Closed
Serial / Discreet
STAGES OF LEARNING
QUALITY OF PERFORMANCE
STRATEGIES & FORMATIONS
BENEFITS AND LIMITATIONS OF:
Personal strengths & weaknesses
Role related demands
Team strengths & weaknesses
Time of play
Type of surface
Focus of attention
confidence, decision-making, mutual respect, panic, stress, anxiety, team responsibility, determination, self control
Respect for self and others
Codes of conduct
Conduct of self, players, crowd, officials
- Prestige, money, media, sponsorship, fame
- Empathy, self esteem, initiative, self discipline
Barriers to participation
- Access to facilities
- Seasonality of activity
Watch and listen the following clip.
Explain the impact of the factor you have been given.