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Copy of Curling 101

Team Building, Strategy, Goal Setting, Sports Psychology,

Olivia Huber

on 21 March 2017

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Transcript of Copy of Curling 101

Goal Setting & Planning
Getting Motivated
Sports Psychology
What kinds of goals?
The route you take is your seasonal goal
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The final destination is your long term goal
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What is the goal?
How can you achieve what you are working towards?
A goal without a plan is just a dream
Improving Team Dynamics
What is Sports Psychology?
Goal: The final destination of what you and your team want to achieve
Reaching Your goal is like following a road map
Long Term Goals
what you want to accomplish
Recognize your starting point
Short Term Goal
Evaluate Your Progression by setting smaller goals
Long Term goals alone provide no feed back
Obstacles are things people see when they take their eyes off the goal
Set an ultimate goal
The key to achieve your team & individual goals; is to set many short term goals with realistic timelines
Keep a Log of your successes
S - specific
Can you articulate more clearly what you are trying to do
summarize the bottom line
can you summarize in one thought?
M - measurable
how will you know you really reached your goal
measure the effectiveness on your life
A - adjustable
Can your route be altered
Accommodate bumps along the way
R - realistic
T - time Specific
Goal dependent on something or someone else
Can you rephrase goal?
when will you reach this goal ?
time limit
how long will it take?
Understand the effect of specific physiological factors on performance
Why Use It?
Optimize and compliment physical skills
gain consistency
increase enjoyment
Who Uses it?
When Do You Use it?
During off season
During Season
set a group goal
take part in off ice team activities
know each others priorities
make it your responsibility to get to know your teammates and help them achieve their goals
give positive feedback
resolve conflicts as a group
be honest with each other
support and respect each other
Remember: the best individual curlers don't always make the best teams
The outcome equals what your team has the potential to DO
How to Improve Communication
- be clear when communicating ideas
- improve verbal / non verbal feed back
- be aware of body position
Always Plan before an IMPORTANT Competition
- create a contingency plan for "what ifs"
- flexibility is key
: having a plan will make you more confident, more positive and less anxious before competition
How to Optimize Pre-Game Jitters
- understand and listen to your body
- focus on your routine
- focus on the controllable
determine methods of relaxation or actions that are best for you
- come up with words that the team knows to help clear the mind
Relaxation - yoga, breathing, music, ti-chi, warm
Actions - listen to up beat music, encourage each other, have intense warm up
How to manger Your Stress & Feel
Know how you want to feel
Is this how you feel?
What obstacles will you face?
How will you cope?
- coming up with new ways to make practice more fun
- give small rewards
- positive feedback
- keep a performance journal
- make realistic goals
- break activities or competitions into small challenges
- set practice goals
Improve Focus
What causes a lack of focus?
It could be that you are thinking about the past, worrying about the future, external distraction, over analyzing body mechanics & intimidating.
What to DO?
- thought stopping & positive self talk
- train in a simulated environment; surround yourself with distractions
- stay forced on the present
- focus on your set routines
- maintain an optimal activation level
Team Dynamics
What does the team expect from you?
Describe the perfect team
-belief in one another
-communicates well
-enjoys the position they play
-open to coaching
-has goals
-has routines
-are fearless
-fun to be around
-enjoys the journey
The Wheel of team Dynamics
Providing Feedback
What to say?
How to say it?
Why say it?
When to say it?
Start, Stop & Continue
What needs to stop?
What needs to Continue?
What needs to start?
- Teamwork divides the task and multiplies the success
Shots Your Team Plays...
Improve On
4 Things You Should Think About Every End
1 - What is the primary goal for this end?
2 - What is the acceptable outcome?
3 - What is unacceptable?
4 - What is the bonus?
Factors Influencing Shot Decisions
F - free guard zone
E - end of play
S - score
R - last rock advantage
A - abilities of all players
I - ice conditions
N - # of rocks remaining
Free Guard Zone
Really Rockn' Rules
Without last rock I will control the control zone.
Without last rock I want to hit what i can see (unless I am losing big).
With out last rock I will try to score more than 1.
With last rock I will keep my rocks in front of the tee line
Without last rock I want to keep play in the middle.
Control the control zone and you control the game.
With last rock I want to keep play to the sides of the sheet, so I can keep the middle open for last rock.
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(cc) photo by theaucitron on Flickr
Without last rock I will force the opponent to take 1.
When I am down big I will keep as many rocks in play as possible.
A, B, C, D, E of Curling Strategy
who is throwing
# of rocks left
objective of end
Ability of player
Ice condition
Basic Choice
Name all possible options
Reduce to reasonable options
How to make the right decision....
degree of difficulty
what is the other team going to play?
comfort level of shooter
risk level of miss
commitment to shot ( can you commits)
visualize the shot
determine the ice
determine the weight
commit to the shot
make the shot (no second guessing)
Team Development
Leading Teams
Developing Credibility
demonstrating integrity
being clear & consistent
creating positive energy
using commonalities
encouraging & coaching
sharing information
Team Membership
focus on behavior than the personal
focus on observations rather than inferences
Providing Feedback
focus on current behavior not the past
share ideas rather than give advice
only give them as much information as they can handle at the given time
Give valued feedback depending on who you are speaking to
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