you can get confused or have an anxiety attack in the middle of game if there is a lot of stress.
Arousal affects sports performance positively. By the increase of testosterone in your body you are able to do physical activity faster and with more force.
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
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
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.'
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
during sports performance your arousal level will begin to increase. Once you reach your optimum arousal it will begin to decrease. This will make you feel less confident. E.g. when taking a penalty in football.
Typically, anxiety can make a player shaky or scared. They will often not be as much of impact as they would be if they had no anxiety. The
It affects your concentration and the performance. If you're very anxious, you can not focus or concentrate on work, school, and sports.
the long term effects of arousal are if you are highly aroused you do not perform as well, or if you are not aroused enough you do not perform to the best of your ability. This apply's in sports and anywhere or for anything else.
you need low arousal for sports like gold & bowls where as you need high arousal for rugby.
not performing to the to the best of there ability and not being able to the concentrate enough
This is the stimulating of the senses before or during a sporting event which can have positive or negative effects on your sporting performance , This can be analysed by : Drive theory - This is linear and never reduces performance Inverted U theory - This states too much arousal reduces performance and it is a steady decrease Catastrophe theory - This is the same as inverted u theory but rather than steady drop it is a steep drop straight down but later does improve performance again.
It makes them think so much about the anxiety that they can think about the sport the are playing (I'm only 8).
People have performance anxiety, because they are afraid that they are going to fail when in a situation of pressure. It takes away their confidence, and messes them up in whatever sport they are competing in.
it gets the blood pumping. causes more of a drive which leads to your testosterone pumping hard.
it effects it posativley
The answer is bad. Very bad.
Balancing your energy in sports performance will make it to where you can play a lot longer on the field. You will also be able to play harder.
Well, i think that the more aroused a person is the better they perform as they are more exited about the sport. However a person can have an extremely high level of arousal meaning that it is hard for them to concentrate as they are to excited and so can't make sensible decisions. However a player can also have an extremely low level of arousal where they are virtually sleeping. Therefore it is important to know the correct amount of arousal you or the people around you need to ensure everyone performs to there best.
not quite that clever