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Athlete's Mental Skills Training Program
Transcript of Athlete's Mental Skills Training Program
Athlete Mental Skills Training Program
Improve teaching and leadership qualities. Improve on workout performance and enjoyment of workouts, especially olympic weightlifting.
Table of Contents
Two Mental Skills
Positive versus negative
PSS (10 item)
Degree with situations in one's life are appraised as stressful
Ways of Coping (66 item)
Folkman, S., Lazarus, R. S., Dunkel-Schetter, C., DeLongis, A., & Gruen, R. (1986). The dynamics of a stressful encounter: Cognitive appraisal, coping and encounter outcomes. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 50, 992-1003
Life Event Stress significantly moderated linear (p= .013) and squared (p=.05) recovery of MIF
Held after controlling for fitness, FFM, workload, experience training
Neither USQ or PSS moderated changes in energy, fatigue, or soreness
Stress (-) relationship with recovery
High levels of stress = slower recovery
"When general stress is excessive the whole organism needs a rest; it cannot afford a struggle anywhere" (Selye 435)
Stress experience poor sleep, nutrition, and have less time for rest
Synchronized response with immune system and growth factors
Stults-Kolehmainen, M.A., Bartholomew, J.B., (2012). Psychological stress impairs short-term muscular recovery from resistance exercise.
Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 44(11), 2220-2227
Analyzed thoughts and tendencies
Cue Words- "I got this"
Second Week/Third Week
Week one and Two
Week three and four
Increase prepare/decrease stress
Finding new ways to cope
Relaxation techniques during workout
Perceived Stress before versus after
Less stress, more workout volume