Anxiety can definitely effect your sports performance. Anxiety is related to depression, it involves worrying about virtually everything (depending on the severity). Any thoughts that are not focused on the game at hand can effect your performance negatively.
It affects your concentration and the performance. If you're very anxious, you can not focus or concentrate on work, school, and sports.
Arousal can effect sport performance, for example if you have poor arousal, you will not be ready for a sports game and won't perform to the standard you can do. If you have good arousal your performance will be better as you will be ready for a performance. By Lewis soal
It makes them think so much about the anxiety that they can think about the sport the are playing (I'm only 8).
Marten Schematics view on personality is that there exists a relationship between anxiety, stress, arousal and sports performance and it will need a combination of individual research and tutor inspired or led input in order to develop a liking and appreciation on the terms 'arousal,' anxiety, and 'stress.'
arousal is the amount of mental energy or preparedness a person has prior to performance
well anxiety effects your over all performance. You would be a ball hog as it is called, but you would not be a good team mate
not performing to the to the best of there ability and not being able to the concentrate enough
Wearing jewelleries might affect sports performance because you might hit someone with that jewellery
Arousal is linked to a group of emotions such as joy and pleasure in cases of winning over an opponent and achieving the goal of sports competitions. Excitement is considered a neutral physiological phenomenon as it is either emotional, i.e. negative, such as anxiety, or positive emotionality, such as pleasure.
as your level of arousal are good , so you becoming a very good and still impressing your coach 'then you may find a good team . and be a preffessional player