An athlete’s performance can truly be affected by a coach’s reaction. Good performance comes mostly from the amount of confidence an athlete has in themselves. If a coach is not providing the right amount of encouragement and motivation, they are most likely not going to get the results they would like out of their players. When athletes are being yelled at or “bullied” by coaches, it can cause severe anxiety, which can lead to the brain losing focus very easily. “Those coaches who rely on fear and intimidation ensure their athletes won’t r... ... middle of paper ... ...impact on an athlete’s life in a positive way and lead them in a successful direction, it all lies within their hands.
Although bad coaching can alter the opinion of the athlete, different types of coaching can affect different players. Coaches can coach different types of coaching but in general the coach needs to have success; to achieve success a coach needs to be able to have the players respond in a positive way, create bonds with their players, and inspire the players to do their best. With those three major guidelines, a coach can and will achieve success.
Principles of Coaching Roles Role model A coach that is looking towards winning would be a person that people look up to because they want to win, and they will try really hard to get what they want. A winning coach will do what it takes to get to the top, which is where everybody wants to be. A coach that is looking towards increasing participation wouldn’t be as much of a role model than the coach that wants to win. This is because when you are only looking towards increasing participation you are not that fused about winning things that is not the reason you are coaching. Innovator A winning coach would learn to cope and manage different abilities; the coach would have set pieces on how they want things to go.
The attribution theory is important to me as a coach because it will guide me in how to react in the different stages of competition and will help to give my athletes the opportunity to reach peak physical performance and outcome. It will not only help them to reach their optimal peak performance, but will also help them to become good people of character when they are no longer playing the sport. I would like to want to be able introduce and model to my athletes that it is acceptable to make mistakes once in awhile, yet you just have to learn from and correct those mistakes and keep moving forward. A large part of my future image as a coach is that I want to be a positive influence on my team. I would do this by focusing on how my team can
Maybe get the bully to try out for sports, get the bullies to try different activates and hobbies; Even Start therapy if needed. In this article I was describe how to spot a bully, how to stop a bully and, how to prevent and help the bully. If a he or she is bullied ask for help, call upon a teach, an adult, or someone you know you can trust. Sometimes putting someone else in the situation tends to let the bully know someone is watch out for that person. Telling on someone is not wrong if they are doing it for the right reason.
· Terminal feedback-is a t... ... middle of paper ... ...s for it, when they reach this target a couple of times it acts as motivation. Conclusion ========== In conclusion, feedback is a source of information, which tells the performer the outcome of their movement. It can act in different ways and have different effects on the performers. Feedback can produce positive or negative responses depending on how well the coach puts it across and how the learner takes it on board and uses it. Feedback must be interesting to the performer to keep them wanting to use it and improve, it also has to be given in the correct amount, otherwise, and it may not have the desired effect.
It’s when you sign your name to someone else’s work, either in full or in part and there can be severe consequences. To combat the increasing ease of committing plagiarism, educators have had to become just as innovative as their students. Plagiarism exists throughout the educational life of students. It is kind of a test to the student to not participate in this illegal and immoral activity. Though this is a tough challenge to resist, it will make you a better student if you don’t cheat.
The topic of positive discipline is one of great importance especially so in the world of athletics. Often time the term discipline is misconstrued by parents, player and unfortunately some coaches. Parents may associate the term as their player being subject to harsh treatment; while athletes my see it as restrictive and punishing, sadly to say some coaches validate both the parents and the athletes view of discipline. Many older or seasoned coaches hold to the concept that discipline simply apply to the performance of all play properly, the athlete focusing solely on the sport they are participating and striving to win every game. Failure to live up to the coaches expectations could result in extreme practices or the like and be falsely labeled as discipline.
Popularity comes to bullies in grade school because students who like and are liked by the bully will most likely not be bothered, so it becomes a safety issue. With this last point especially, it just encourages the bullying to continue. Victims of bullies usually have something unique about them that may seem like a reason to be ridiculed. This includes things as simple as having braces or glasses, being very shy, or even for being what students may consider to be 'too smart.' Not only are bullies the ones who grow up to cause problems, but the victims do as well.
People may have arguments about the philosophy, but they come up short, especially in consideration of the indirect results of the philosophies inclusion. It shows competitors that hard work is valued and helps children cope with defeat by offering a reward, giving incentive to continue working towards their goals. I’ve experienced the philosophy throughout my life and it helped me develop my character and a great work ethic. The organizations are making the right decisions and in result, children may develop a strong work ethic, plus the characteristics needed to achieve success.