Try psychology, the third part: coach can do


As I in this consists of four parts about the trial challenge series as referred to in the first part and second part, I focus on what can be done in order to make the athletes their trial experience success and happy as much as possible. At the same time, the athletes themselves are not the only ones influencing their training. This series of articles in the third part will focus on the coach in the athletes their trial as a positive experience to promote them to participate in sports or cause them to lose interest in the role of negative experiences, whether they reach the target “make it”.
Two groups of coaches are responsible for influencing athletes to take them on trial. First of all, today’s athletes coach who wants to move to a more competitive team or league. Second, run the selection of the coach. I will answer each group of coaches directly below.
The current coach
Especially for new crop of young athletes, your, their coach a probation period for the upcoming attitude often determines their thoughts and feelings, and their performance in the trial.
If you are serious about the importance of the trials, then the athletes will consider it a big deal. When you focus on the importance of the next team or league, your players will see it as the only success, not the failure. This idea will make your athletes think a lot at the end of the trial period. The emphasis on trial results will distract them and prepare them as early as possible. It also causes doubt, anxiety and anxiety, if they don’t do it. When you pass this attitude on to your athletes, you are working towards failure.
On the contrary, no matter who you think is a reasonable opportunity to have a successful trial, you can set the tone for the athletes to see the trial version. Your attitude can help them develop their abilities by focusing on a few key areas. If you start a trial, you build a positive and healthy attitude towards it, and your athletes may take a similar view.
First of all, you can ask them what the goal is. If you believe that they can actually be promoted to a new level, so you can be sure of their targets, and then immediately sent them to focus on the preparation process, by asking them what needs to be done before a successful trial. If you don’t think your goals are realistic, you can gently reframe them as more achievable goals, or show that they’re just focused on doing the best they can.

Second, try perspective. This is not a matter of life and death, it will not determine their future. Instead, it’s just a step and a challenge in their long journey.
Third, during the trial period, you can emphasize their determination and hard work, and compliment them on their improvement. In doing so, you will further motivate them to do their best and build confidence by emphasizing that they are doing well.
Fourthly, you can keep practicing time and prepare to try out the light and fun. This emphasis will help them relax and get rid of the constant pressure that comes with the coming challenges. In this way, you can’t be sure that they can make them become the team they want, but you can make sure they almost into the trial motivation, confident and relaxed, by the way, it would increase their chances of performing their best, and realize the goal of their trial.


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