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Part of Fixation in Harm Paul Mark Presentation Paul Imprint, MSc Speaker, Brunel College BASES Certify Sport and Practice Therapist Commentator SE and Accreditation Applications Research: "Passionate Reactions and Adapting Abilities in Harmed Tip top Competitors"
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Part of Concentration in Injury Paul Dent

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Introduction Paul Dent, MSc Lecturer, Brunel University BASES Accredited Sport & Exercise Psychologist Reviewer SE and Accreditation Applications Research: “Emotional Responses and Coping Skills in Injured Elite Athletes” Contact:

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Previous Work London Wasps English Institute of Sport British Judo BAoFE Ladies Golf Injured Athletes Platform Diving Olympic Silver Medallists Athens 2004 Commonwealth Games 2006

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Concentration Definition Types & Shifting of Attentional Focus Attentional Problems Choking Self-Talk Tips & Exercises for Improving Concentration Focus and the Injured Athlete

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What is Concentration? Fixation is the capacity to keep up spotlight on significant natural signals. Additionally called “attention”.

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Concentration Factors

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Types of Attentional Focus EXTERNAL INTERNAL Assess Perform BROAD NARROW Analyze Rehearse

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Broad-External Used to quickly survey a circumstance Narrow-External Used to concentrate only on maybe a couple outer signs Broad-Internal Used to dissect and arrangement Narrow-Internal Used to rationally practice an up and coming execution or control a passionate state Four Types of Focus

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Identifying Types of Focus A “scrum half” is settling on a choice on which play to call A bowler examines for strain before beginning her approach A golfer reviews a couple of past comparative shots when choosing a club A tennis player watches his hurl as he begins his serve A mentor makes sense of the beginning line-up

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Shifting Attentional Focus When the earth changes quickly, attentional center must likewise change quickly Examples? Moving Exercise

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Attentional Problems INTERNAL DISTRACTERS : Within ourselves, contemplations, stresses, concerns EXTERNAL DISTRACTERS: Stimuli from the earth

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External Distracters Visual diversions Auditory diversions Gamesmanship (refuse talking, psyching out adversary) Examples?

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Internal Distracters I can’t hold up to celebrate! Taking care of past occasions (e.g. Lisa) Attending to future occasions (“what if…”) Choking Overanalyzing body mechanics Fatigue Self-Talk

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How Self-Talk Works

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SELF - TALK ( Any Statement or Thought) POSITIVE Self-Talk Increases: Self-regard Motivation Attentional Focus Performance NEGATIVE Self-Talk is: Critical Self-disparaging Counterproductive Anxiety Producing

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Uses : * Concentration *Skill Acquisition *Breaking Bad Habits *Initiating Action *Sustaining Effort Changing Self-Talk: *Thought Stopping *Changing Negative ST to Positive ST Self-Talk (cont.)

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An attentional procedure that prompts disabled execution and the powerlessness to hold control over execution without outside help Choking

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The Choking Process

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Practice with Distractions Use Cue Words to Focus (instructional & motivational) Employ Non-judgmental Thinking Establish Routines* Practice Eye Control Stay Focused in the Present Overlearn Skills Develop Competition Plans Tips for Improving Concentration on location.:

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Competition Routine Rugby Throw-In Assess field position on approach to line Get ball and take full breath Look at ball & conform hand position Stagger feet and movement adjust in reverse Raise ball overhead & keep elbows in and hips straight Take a full breath Make call and look at target Recoil and snap at waist

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Exercises to Improve Concentration Learn to Shift Attention Learn to Maintain Focus Search for Relevant Cues Rehearse Game Concentration Parking Thoughts

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Attentional Focus with Respect to Injury Focus is maybe the most ignored and misjudged mental patron to recovery and come back to game Facilitating signals incorporate agony (as data), proprioceptive reactions, physical measurements, for example, scope of movement and quality, data that you give, support from others and criticism from active recuperation hardware

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Injury and Attention Interfering signals are contained negative musings, nervousness, torment (as an inhibitor), distraction with the restored range on come back to game, weight from others to recoup rapidly, diversions amid treatment and correlations to others on come back to wear. Harmed competitors frequently have either outer or inside center styles that include an inclination to concentrate on outside or inward data and that permit more noteworthy straightforwardness and solace in preparing the particular sorts of data Injured competitors can figure out how to conform concentrate much like a the light emission light in which it can be augmented to enlighten a huge zone or contracted to light up a little range.

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Injury and Attention Patients with an outer center need to concentrate far from troublesome inward prompts and onto vital outside signs, for example, guideline and input Those with an interior style need to shut out outer diversions and spotlight on applicable inner recovery signals Injured competitors ought to adjust long haul, transient center, pay consideration on the four P’s (positive, procedure, present, advancement), control their eyes and utilization magic words and restoration symbolism

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Case Study: Working in sets, recognize a patient who maybe is deficient in center through their restoration, Design a short mediation went for modifying their attentional style/center and state how you will screen advancement of the pat

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