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  1. Resource Information - Mental Fitness

  2. Factors that Affect Performance • Player Factors • Situation Factors

  3. Affecting Performance • Personal • Ability • Skills • Fitness • Needs • Physical • Mental • Motivation • Expectations • Past Experiences • Situational • Environment • Weather • Facility • Opposition • Peers • Outcome • Win / Loss • Parents • Coaches

  4. Motivation – Over or Under Player A Optimal Player B Performance Poor Optimal Over Under Motivation

  5. SMARTER Objectives • When do you set objectives? • Specific • Measurable • Achievable • Realistic • Time Phased • Exciting • Record • TASK • Set an objective for a game for an under 16 player • How SMARTER is it? • Take Examples from the Group

  6. How do psychological aspects manifest themselves in a game? • Levels of Aggression • Determination • Motivation • Confidence • Stress • Anxiety • Concentration • Arousal • Sweating

  7. Motivating Players • Know the player • Set achievable goals • Work to a plan • Provide positive feedback • Relate effort to performance • Relate reward to performance • Monitor performance • Emphasis on quality • Generate self awareness

  8. Mental Skills Training - Introduction • Mental Imagery and Rehearsal • Think through the situation • Pre plan actions • This can speed up actions in the situation • Concentration • Lapses of concentration can give opposition the advantage • Concentration techniques • PTO

  9. Team Motivation • Team Environment • Conflict • Cohesion • Individuals • Goals • Player Attributes • Skills, • Motivation • Attitude, • Commitment Team / squad Structure, Size and Composition • Group Cohesion • Team Work • High Team Spirit • Clear Group Goals • Mutual Respect • Trust • Individual Product • Security • Ego • Self Esteem • Achievement • Group Product • Winning • Friendly • Reach Goals Group Processes

  10. The 4 C’s • Achievement is the Result of 4 Mental Qualities: • COMMITMENT • will to win, dedication • CONTROL OF EMOTIONS • anxiety, anger, frustration • CONCENTRATION • quality of focus or attention • CONFIDENCE • positive attitude, self belief in abilities

  11. Strengthening Mental Qualities • Commitment • Goal Setting • Refocusing • Positive Thinking • Concentration • Imagery • Distraction Training • Developing routines • Task Cards • Breaking down performance into easy to manage tasks • Simulated Competition

  12. Strengthening Mental Qualities • Confidence • Positive Self Talk • Imagery • Routines • Goal Setting • Attitude Management • Cognitive Restructuring • Control • Relaxation Training • Breathing • Attitude Management • Positive Self Talk • Routines • Simulated Competition Training • What ifs? • Contingency Planning • Mental / Physical Activation Training

  13. Strengthening Mental Qualities • Physiology, focus questions, buzz words, metaphors, values, rules, experience references, video imaging, identity, positive reinforcement: • ‘ Seeing is believing, but feeling is the truth’ • Lifestyle, discipline, music, one to one conversations, positive confrontations, spot and fix, log books, visioning, pictures in action, mental rehearsal, walking model, opposite behaviour, other people, brainstorming, problem solving

  14. Team Building and Goal Setting • Team Building: • Work as an Individual, lose as a team • Goal Setting: • Performance goals are best • You can only guarantee your performance • Work SMARTER, not harder • Each exercise, each session, each game

  15. Motivation and Emotional Control • Motivation • Intrinsic is best • Comes from within • Thrives on attention to detail and sound questions • Control • Where the mind goes the body follows • Control your muscles, move your muscle • I think therefore I am

  16. Remember Control the Controllables • ‘Ain’t no use worryin’ about things beyond your control, because if things are beyond your control, they ain’t worth worrying about’ • ‘Ain’t no use worryin’ about things within your control, because if things are within your control, there ain’t no need to worry’

  17. Confidence Building • Attitude Management • Spot and fix by praise and challenge • Work on strengths • Adopt strategies for change • Create lasting change • Raise your standards • Change your limiting beliefs • Change your preparation strategy

  18. Concentration • Paying attention to the right things at the right time • ABC it • The NEXT approach • Buzz word it

  19. Dealing with Pressure • Coping • Breathing • Though Stoppage • I can v I can’t • Expect the Unexpected • Use the Next Approach

  20. Focus For U-14 Squads • Nurturing Positive Attitudes/Confidence Building (changing negatives into positives) • Goal Setting (smarter goals) • Self Analysis (identifying critical success factors) • Re-Focusing (managing errors & optimising down-time)

  21. Focus For U-15 Squads • Nurturing Positive Attitudes/Confidence Building (changing negatives into positives) • Goal Setting (smarter goals) • Self Analysis (identifying critical success factors) • Re-Focusing (managing errors & optimising down-time) • Relaxation (identifying & controlling pre-match anxiety) • Mental Rehearsal/Visualisation (see the positive outcome)

  22. Focus For U-16 Squads • Nurturing Positive Attitudes/Confidence Building (changing negatives into positives) • Goal Setting (smarter goals) • Self Analysis (identifying critical success factors) • Re-Focusing (managing errors & optimising down-time) • Relaxation (identifying & controlling pre-match anxiety) • Mental Rehearsal/Visualisation (see the positive outcome) • Post-Game Analysis and Evaluation (self-assessment/review goals)

  23. Focus For U-17 Squads • Nurturing Positive Attitudes/Confidence Building (changing negatives into positives) • Goal Setting (smarter goals) • Self Analysis (identifying critical success factors) • Re-Focusing (managing errors & optimising down-time) • Relaxation (identifying & controlling pre-match anxiety) • Mental Rehearsal/Visualisation (see the positive outcome) • Post-Game Analysis and Evaluation (self-assessment/review goals) • Controlling the Controllables (recognising what can & can’t be changed) • Dealing with Pressure • Developing Team ship

  24. Questions and Observations • Remember ‘Work as an Individual Lose as a Team’