Topics include: introduction, three characteristics of an internally motivated athlete, two types of motivation, positive control, and aversive control exercises.
Jason Selk utilizes the principles of Sports Psychology to develop a highly motivational training environment for athletes and coaches. Coaches learn to make athletes feel good about themselves and their training by introducing high-energy, skill-specific goals and expectations into practice. Athletes will learn to enjoy challenging practices wile improving their ability to learn new skills and refine existing skills more efficiently. Ideal coaching techniques will be identified to most effectively promote a training environment where athletes are motivated to learn and coaches are motivated to teach. Topics include: introduction, three characteristics of an internally motivated athlete, two types of motivation positive control, and aversive control exercises.
A Licensed Psychotherapist and Sport Psychology Consultant and highly sought-after speaker, Jason Selk has extensive experience in many areas of Counseling and Sport Psychology, including dealing with sport specific stress and increasing coach and athlete motivation. Jason is currently the Sport Psychologist for the 2006 World Champion St Louis Cardinals and the St Louis Rams.
Women's Gymnastics - Other
Men's Gymnastics - Other
RELEASE DATE Aug 2005
DIRECTED BY Tom Beach
RUNNING TIME 1hr 16 min
PUBLISHER TRB Design, Inc
This (NTSC) DVD is Code and Region Free; it can be played on any DVD.