Competencies for coaching the female athlete
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Competencies for coaching the female athlete

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Published .
Written in English


  • Coaching (Athletics),
  • Sports for women -- Coaching.

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Statementby Linda C. Raunig.
The Physical Object
Paginationix, 59 leaves, bound :
Number of Pages59
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16556190M

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competencies as defined by the coaching profession should be important in sport. A successful helping relationship between a coach and an athlete in sport should stimulate to grow and develop the athlete’s talents (Jowett & Poczwardowski, ). it based on her coach’s observations. Female athletes don’t want constant praise, but they do want to hear it when it is well deserved. Well-placed praise boosts motivation and confidence among female athletes. Support the person: the coach as a mentor For many athletes (particularly younger athletes), the coach can play a significant role. Athletes' perceptions of coaching competency and team conflict in sport teams: A multilevel 1 analysis 2 In the field of sport psychology, numerous studies have analyzed the figure of the 3. In the following Q-and-A, Michele Amidon, USA Hockey ADM manager, speaks to U.S. Olympian Karen Thatcher regarding some of the best coaching strategies for communicating and motivating female athletes. Q: What are some effective coaching strategies used when working with female athletes?

Student-athletes' evaluation of coaches' coaching competencies and their sport achievement motivation Article (PDF Available) in Review of European Studies 6(2) April with ReadsAuthor: Chiu Lim. provides insight into the female athlete and her needs, and guidance as to how better to coach and support her. Although the information contained within this factsheet has been academically evidenced, sports coach UK recognises that it is a generalisation. All people are individuals and it is for you, the coach. Coaching Competencies There are a number of prescribed competency models from general categorizations to elaborate manifestos to help guide one’s coaching practice. Here are a few competency models provided by some of the big names in coaching that might help point you in the right direction to at least get started. Whether you are a parent pushing your daughter, or a coach attempting to showcase an athlete’s potential, the key is patience. Female athletes respond emotionally before they exude their physical talents. If this leaves some of you confused, it’s perfectly normal. A female’s first response to most situations is through emotion.

As far as coaching effectiveness goes, having empathy gives you the ability to “read” your athletes, to gauge how they are feeling and to respond most s who do not have this competency set unreasonable demands on their athletes and miss the signs an athlete gives when they are disengaging. While confidence seems to ooze from the pores of the most successful male athletes, there are many world-class female athletes who struggle with their confidence. Soccer superstar Mia Hamm is the perfect example. Considered the best athlete in her sport, Mia constantly struggled with her confidence throughout her career. We put together a list of our favorite books that will resonate with any good coach. Tags: female-athlete, forbidden-romance, hot-for-coach, hot-for-teacher, sports-romance, student-teacher 10 likes Like Lists are re-scored approximately every 5 minutes.