Sport psychology, Arousal - Coggle Diagram
Good physical warm up
Physical to connotative
calm discussion of goals
Types of feedback
Open and closed
This is where the environment you are in influence on what happens.
This is where you control everything that happens and it goes at your pace
Basic and complex
Gymnastics summer salut
Low and high organisation skill
Swimming has low levels of organisation.
Golf has a high level of organisation
Self paced and externally paced
Basketball free throw
Fine and gross skills
Golf put because you using small muscle group
Rugby tackle because it uses a large muscle group
Performance and outcome goals
small goals that you can achieve
Long term goal
Types of guidance
In golf you would have control your arousal levels because of the fine moment.
Rugby would be more towards the the state of arousal being more effective and used in game.
When you become over aroused you will not play as good in your game.
If you are under aroused you will not play as good as you possible can.
mental rehearsal and visualisation and self talk
A physical and mental state of alertness / excitement varying from deep sleep