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Confidence
Building Confidence
 Self-confidence is the belief
individuals possess that they
will be successful
 They believe in the...
Confidence and the ‘inverted
U’
 Confidence levels and
performance (like arousal)
can be linked to the inverted-
U shape
...
Improving confidence
 Success is critical
 Practice and succeed in
training:
 Skills
 Set plays
 Strategies
 Psychol...
Building confidence
 Thinking and acting positively even when under
pressure or negative competition conditions
 Use pos...
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  1. 1. Confidence
  2. 2. Building Confidence  Self-confidence is the belief individuals possess that they will be successful  They believe in themselves physically and mentally  They exhibit positive emotions  They remain focused under pressure  Are more likely to achieve goals and stay on task for long periods
  3. 3. Confidence and the ‘inverted U’  Confidence levels and performance (like arousal) can be linked to the inverted- U shape  It’s important that athletes reach an optimum level of confidence (not under or over-confident)
  4. 4. Improving confidence  Success is critical  Practice and succeed in training:  Skills  Set plays  Strategies  Psychological skills  Simulation should be used when training these ‘successful’ practices so these can be hopefully replicated in competition
  5. 5. Building confidence  Thinking and acting positively even when under pressure or negative competition conditions  Use positive self-talk  Train adequately  Be well drilled about game plans and strategies  Practice (simulate) various physically and mentally demanding scenarios
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