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Intro Sports Psychology

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Anna Crosswhite

on 12 August 2015

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Transcript of Intro Sports Psychology

Intro Sports Psychology
Example of Goals
Write three goals you would have as a coach or official.
How would you get your players to set goals?
What does this mean?
- What does arousal have to do with sport and coaching?
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If low we need to get pumped up!
Take rapid breaths in a row
Act energetic!
Positive songs and sounds
Your favourite pump up song? Lets play some
Warm up before game
Topic 1 - goal setting
BORING - I know - we all have to do that all the time!!
Why is this relevant to coaches and athletes?
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Inverted U Hypothesis
Interpret from the Graph
There is an optimal level of arousal when playing sport
1. Too hyped or pumped to play (or too aroused = poor performance
2. Too low or can't be bothered (or under aroused = poor performance)

Where do we rate ourselves now?
If too high or pumped
PMR - progressive muscle relaxation
Breathing control

what sort of goal do you think a domestic team would make versus a national league or state team?
Anxiety = Choking in games
Defined as the build up of pressure.
Brainstorm classic examples from sports history.
i.e greg norman
lay down sally
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Applied by athletes
Strategies to deal with choking
Relaxation strategies
meditation, breathing
Practice imagery of you in big game situations
Pre performance routines
Focus cues written down 'quick feet' 'rebound'
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