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Areas of Partners Administrators &


Performance Enhancement Team


Development Physical


To Do


Focus on increasing quality/intensity and sport/individual specific training. Emphasis placed on preventing injury through appropriate training. Further refine flexibility, correct warm-up and cool-down, agility, aerobic and anaerobic endurance, strength, core strength, stability and balance.


Administrators &


Performance Enhancement Team


Psychological


Optimal performance becomes the major objective, but still never at the cost of player development. Players enhance performance through


• Goal setting (long term, short term and daily) • Focus on distraction control • Activation/arousal control • Emotional stability • Positive self-talk • Visualization • Self-assessment • Focus on effort and execution (process not outcome) • Being a team player


In order to prepare athlete to compete under stressful and pressure situations during a game, coaches need to create these situations/conditions in practice. Coaches should also • Understand that athletes are ready to assume leadership roles and should provide those opportunities • Promote effective communication skills between players and coaches


• Continuously communicate specific roles & expectations to players in cases where the athlete is demonstrating difficulty in accepting roles


• Create opportunities to strategize and exercise problem- solving skills with athletes


Coach Technical The athlete


• Is able to correct and refine advanced offensive and defensive skills themselves


• Can consistently complete throws and catches in competitive play


Coach Tactical


Refines field awareness and sound decision-making skills while applying advanced game strategies in a supportive environment.


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