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Unit 41: Performance Profiling

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Transcript of Unit 41: Performance Profiling

Profiling Sports Performance
Unit 41: Profiling Sports Performance
The Role of Performance Profiling
Learning outcomes;

1 Understand the role and function of performance profiling in sport
2 Be able to determine the current sports performance of an individual
3 Be able to set targets for future sports performance of an individual
4 Be able to review the sports performance action plan.
Developing Awareness
Main role is to develop awareness of what aspects of their sport are integral to their sport.

They should prioritise which aspects of their performance should be ragarded as the most important

These can be presented in an easy to use format
Promoting Opportunities
The visual format of performance profiling allows the performers' strengths and weaknesses to be easily identified.

Opportunities to improve upon weaker areas can then be promoted.
Defining Goals
Although performance profiling is used as an alternative way of motivational goal setting, it can also completment the process.

Goals will be set to work on the weaknesses the individual percieves.
Building Relationships
Performance profiling is usually done in a collaborative manner

Between the athlete and coach or sports psychologist

This open and honest discussion can help the two parties to come to a greater understanding of each other.
Other Roles of Performance Profiling
Helping athletes to monitor changes in their performances and assess whether their training programme is achieving its desired outcomes.

Detecting any mismatch there may be between the individual and their trainer in terms of expectations and progress.

Helping the athlete to become actively involved in the process of assessing and evaluating their current performance levels and their future expectations.
Functions of Performance Profiling
Traits of Performance Profiling
Functions of Performance Profiling
To provide a tool that helps teams and athletes to improve their sports performance.

To motivate them and to direct their efforts at the appropriate activities to improve their performance
Functions of Performance Profiling
It also helps to quantify the perceptions that the coach and athlete have about their level of performance

Training can be considered in a 'holitic' way because it incorporates physical, psychological, skill related and technical aspects
Functions of Performance Profiling
It can therefore be more effective than goal setting which tends to focus on two or three factors affecting performance

Performance profiling looks at the whole picture
Physical Skill-related Psyhological
Aerobic Fitness
Flexibility
Muscular strength
Muscular Endurance
Muscular size
Power
Speed
Body Composition
Stability
Posture
Balance
Coordination
Reaction Time
Agility
Technique
Arousal control
Anxiety/stress management
Self Confidence
Concentration skills
Visualisation skills
Positive self-talk
Mental toughness
Agression control
Competitiveness
Being a team player
TASK
1. Explain the role and function of performance profiling in sport (P1).

2. Use the following headings to create a table to include traits that are important in achieving excellence in a sport;

Physical; Skill-related; Psychological; Technical.

Add in explanations as to why these are important in your sport (P2).
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