Goal setting

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  • Goal setting
    • Influence on sport performance
      • increase confidence
      • motivate to participate
      • Gives an aim
      • improves persistance
    • Influence on paticipation
      • Smarter
        • Specific - Relate directly to task
        • Measurable - evaluated against previous results
        • Accepted - agreed by coach and performer
        • realistic - challenging yet attainale- motivate not dishearten
        • timed - time constraints
        • exciting - exciting when accepted
        • recorded - record progress in a log - exciting and motivating
    • Critically evaluate
      • Time based
        • Long
          • Ultimate aim, takes an extended period of time
            • Reach olympics
            • If set on their own they can be daunting and demotivating
        • Medium
          • occur during short term goals and provide access to long term
          • Endorse effect of short term
        • Short
          • Set initially at performers capability
            • give imediate success
            • Proggression
            • Most effective - increase motivation
      • Activity based
        • Performance
          • judgements of an individual against previous performance
          • Good indicaton of commitment
        • Process
          • Improving techniques for better performance
        • Product
          • Defeating competition - winning
            • Can produce anxiety
              • External factors

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