Presentation on theme: "Goal Setting. The Final Destination is your Long Term Goal. The Route you take is your Season The Stops along the way are your Short Term Goals Goals-Road."— Presentation transcript:
The Final Destination is your Long Term Goal. The Route you take is your Season The Stops along the way are your Short Term Goals Goals-Road Map to Success
What do you ultimately want to accomplish? Clearly Define your Long Term Goal. Recognize your Starting Point. Long Term Goals
Talk with your coach about your training plan What detours and roadblocks are on your route (Vacations, Work…etc.)? Where are the Big Matches on the schedule? How Will You Get There?
Evaluate your progress by setting smaller goals along the way. Long Term Goals, alone, do not provide good feedback or specific directions. Short Term Goals
Help focus on the process of performance rather than the outcome. Positive Examples of Process Goals Training Goals Technique Goals Psychological Goals Nutritional Goals Lifestyle Goals Process Goals
Make sure your Performance Goals match up with what you are willing to do at practice. Attendance Intensity Focus Training Goals
Are there changes that need to be made in your technique (Process) to accomplish your Performance Goals? Technical Goals Utilize the resources available to you (Coaches/Teammates)
Be Mentally prepared for competition and practice. Use positive thoughts to motivate yourself. Psychological Goals Visualize yourself being successful before practice and competition
Do your nutritional habits improve your chances of achieving your Performance Goals? Nutritional Goals Access & Utilize good nutritional information ( Shippensberg Aquatic Club, 2009)
Do the choices you make away from volleyball help you achieve your Performance Goals? Are your Family and friends supportive of your Goals? Lifestyle Goals
Provides Direction and Motivation Where do you want to go? How to get there? Get you through the tough practices. Builds confidence and provides feedback Why Set Goals? ( Penn, J. 2009)
Specific! General goals do not offer good feedback and are hard to know what you have achieved Measurable You set the milestones, make the goal YOURS Attainable Hope to Attain & Expect to Attain Realistic, yet challenging Too easy or too hard will not be beneficial Time Based Evaluate your goals regularly Gain confidence from your progress Make it public Others can help you and make it more difficult to back out (Econ, 2009) Goal Setting Tips-SMART
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