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8.Test of Performance Strategies: 9.Why is it important to develop and implement an MST program?: 10.What are the four components of Effective MST Programs?: 3. Personalize MST Programs -mental training logs -observation and interview; what do you see as a coach? What does the athlete say? What situations are they best and worst in? 4. Monitor Progress
11.What is the EDUCATION PHASE of MST programs?: 12.What is the ACQUISITION PHASE of MST programs?: 13.What is the IMPLEMENTATION PHASE of MST programs?:
MIDTERM QUESTIONS A commonly recognized level of superior performance that athletes try to attain, examples include a 4 minute mile in running, a hat trick in hockey, and breaking par in golf. :Idealized standard A set of beliefs guiding how you coach and what kind of relationships you develop with your athletes. : An understanding of the self, especially of personal strengths and weaknesses is called _____________. : self-awareness Generally, students feel that the concept of competition is overwhelmingly positive. : The combination of competition and cooperation necessary for most social institutions and for sport in particular to function effectively. : Association What is empathetic listening?