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Capa 6

Lesson Category: Level 2

Unit 16: Roles assumed by padel coaches

Some of the functions that Padel coaches assume are: Role model. Animator. Organizer. Leader. Facilitator. Teacher. Motivator Strategist. Friend. Confidant. In addition to training his players, a coach must also take care of other duties: Structuring the training sessions. Preparation of the necessary material. Reserving the courts for practice. Organize training matches to work on …

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Unit 15: Sports performance

From a psychological perspective it can be said that there are four aspects of sports performance: Motivation: it is the interest of the Padel player to play, train, have fun and win. It is closely linked to the objectives, that is to say that for the player to be motivated he must have clear objectives …

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Unit 14: Coaching

The most important factor for the success of the coach’s work is that he manages to gain the confidence of the player, both for his knowledge and his personality. For this, the trainer must analyze and know the behavior and the way of being of the player, in order to be able to stimulate and …

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Unit 13: Conflictive situations

There are conflicting situations in the relationship between the coach and the player. For example: It originates in the diversity of points of view. coach has a tendency to increase the effort in training, as long as an increase in performance is achieved. It lasts as long as this process lasts (the player tries to …

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Unit 12: Coach-player relationship

In the coach-player relationship certain phases of cooperation can be observed: At the beginning in the players there is admiration and unlimited trust in their coach, this is externalized in a certain respect or fear before the coach’s authority. In the second phase after a long time of cooperation, a close relationship between the coach …

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Unit 11: The trainer’s personality

A good trainer must have the ability to coordinate with his experience and opinions the different people who fall within his radius of action such as: Sports doctors. Physical trainers. Sports psychologists. 2nd Coach. The players themselves. This coordination is necessary in order to create an effective and logical training concept. This requires organizational skills …

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Unit 7: Psycho-regulation as a process

The psychologist uses the psychological techniques indicated below: Mental training: while with the previous relaxation techniques we obtained a laxity and relaxation with a mental training we understand the learning or improvement of movements through intensive imagination, without simultaneously reaching the actual practice of the movement in question, through intense imaginative concentration. This mental training …

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