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Relationship between long-term ____, ____ and ____ preparation and “___ day” readiness
b/w tactical, technical and physical prep

and “game day” readiness
Goal Setting Guidelines:
-___
-___
-___
-___
-___
-
Challenging, realistic goals
Short-term goals
Personal performance goals
Goal characteristics
Cooperative goal setting
Support and accountability
Challenge/Realism of Goal:
Compromise b/w:- ___ enough to promote ____ - ___ enough for regular ____
- there is issues of ____
-challenging enough for effort
-realistic enough for success
-personal pride
Motivational value of short-term goals is a function of _____ and ____
-frequent success
-regular performance feedback
Performance Goals: involve Surpassing ____ standards
personal
Outcome/normative goals:
-allow only ___ control over success
-are poison for ____ individuals
partial

failure oriented
Cooperative Goals:
-Issue of ____
- ___ of the individual in process

Instrumentality of a program to:
-goals in physical activity and sport
-other quality domains of life
commitment
Inclusion
Support and Accountability:
-Short-term goal attainment requires accountability to:
-a ____
-a ___ and a ___
-regular ___ or ___
program
person and a time
evaluation or field testing
Three types of goals are: ___,____,and ____
Physical
Technical
Tactical
Purpose of Physical Goals is to ________
to address challenging match-ups
Purpose of Technical Goals is to ________
to address insufficient skill
Purpose of Tactical Goals is to ________
to address lack of information
Performance-Closed Skill are measured in terms of:
-___
-___
-___
-___
-___
Time
Height
Distance
Weight
Repetition
Intervention for Discipline:
-Team intervention-cooperative team goals
-Benefits-commitment and internal policing
- ___ for ____ conduct
- ___ individual intervention
Template, individual

Layered
What are two forms of withdrawal?
Physical and Behavioural Withdrawal
Task Oriented Individuals:
-Focus on improving ____
-___ improvement over time
-Attribute success to ___
-Promotes ___
performance
Personal
personal ability/effort
emotional buoyancy
Success Oriented Individuals:
-Focus on improvement relative to ____
-Winning or positive comparison relative to others or ___ goals
-Attribute success to ___
-Emotional buoyancy dependent upon ___
others
normative
personal ability/effort
positive comparisons
Failure Oriented Clients:
-____ real ability
-History of ___
-Accept ___ for failure
-Refuse to take ___ for personal success
-Preference for ____ goals
Avoid _____
Underestimate
infrequent success (frequent failures)
blame
credit
easy or very difficult
challenging goals requiring effort
Anxiety and Pain have a ___ relationship
direct relationship
Anxiety and Control have a
___ relationship
indirect relationship
Feelings of ___ are crucial for pain reduction
control
Failure Oriented Intervention:
- ___ program is necessary
- ___ goals are a must
-Appropriate goal level may involve ____
- ____ instructionals for flatliners
Education
Cooperative
compromise
Concurrent
Self-Regulation is involved with:
-Developing an ideal ___
-___ and the use of ____ and
___
pre-comp. state
Self-awareness and the use of relaxation and visualization
___ is the mindset associated with best performances
Ideal Performance State
IPS is associated with ___ evaluation, minimal “___ by ____”, acceptable ___ of performance, and associated with “___” experiences
minimal
paralysis by analysis
base levels
flow
Sources of anxiety: ___ and ___

Cause of Anxiety:
-insufficient ___
-lack of about opponent
-___ individual matchups
wory and lack of control

skill
information
challenging
To solve anxiety there is a need for ___ relaxation

Phys. relaxation addresses the ___ not the ___
mental

symptom not source
Muscular ___ results from anxiety
tension
To reduce ___, increase personal control
anxiety
___ involves progressive muscle relaxation, rhythmic breathing and a relaxing setting
Somatic Relaxation
___ involves turning negative to positive self-statements(means negative thoughts become cues for
positive self-statements)


Identify a negative self-statement(___ the source of anxiety/doubt)
Frame a competing positive self-statement that contains a priority sport-specific
strategy (something you can do about it)
mental relaxation


objectify
Physical Relaxation aims to ___ tight ___


Methods:
-progressive ___ relaxation
-rhythmic ____
-___ of a relaxing setting
alleviate tight musculature

muscle
breathing
visualization
Cognitive Affectiev Stress Management:___->___->___->___
Induce Emotion->Mental Relaxation->Phys. Relaxation->Visualization
___ is the merging of ____ and ___ awareness where the individual is ___ about doing something, but rather, is ____ (Csikszentmihalyi)
concentration
action and awareness
not thinking
just doing it
___ created the idea of Self 1 and Self 2
Gallwey
-Self 1 (the ___) is ___ brain oriented (crucial side of the brain for ___ )
-Self 1 addresses skill ___ or ____ one step at a time
the Analyzer
Left brain oriented mathematics
skill acquisition or correction
___ is important when learning, correcting or stabilizing skills
Self 1
Self 1 analyzes ____ components that go ___ (past tense) and how this affects the ___ (future tense)
skill
right or wrong
consequences
Excessive thinking/ analyzation during
competition results in:
a)'___' and interruption of ____
b)interruption of ___
paralysis by analysis
fluid movement
flow
Self 2 (the ___ )is associated with the ___ of the brain
- It allows us to __ or ___ how the parts of a skill fit together as a coordinated whole
Integrator
right side
see or feel
___ (aka poor performance) occurs because control is not turned over to the ___ to let the body do what it was trained to do
The Performance Problem
Integrator
___ is when thinking about the sequence of movements
or the consequences of the event destroys the ability to execute smoothly
The Performance Problem