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The factors that affect sports performance are:SkillTacticFitness

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The factors that affect sports performance are: Skill Tactic Fitness Psychological Diet Sponsorship Money/finance These would affect sports performance in a big way. For example, you would need to be fit, strong and have good motivation or you will not be able to keep up with your team and you will keep going rather than give in easily. You need concentration so that you can keep your mind on the game and focus on winning. You can't give in to pressure easily; you need to be strong and able to keep calm during the game. You need to learn tactics so that you will be able to outwit your opponents. Skills A skill is something that you can do well or that you're good at. It is something you have to learn to be good at and you can improve with practice. These skills can be learnt from teachers, friends, TV, Internet etc. General, specific, individual, team, self paced, externally paced, fine, gross, open, closed, discrete and continued are all different types of skills. These all mean: General - Skills that we use every day in any sport, Specific - Related to the sport and the position you ...read more.

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Tactics An action or strategy planed to achieve a specific goal. Formation and communication are both different types of tactics. These mean: Formation - A plan to separate players and everyone knows where they have to go, Communication - Everyone talking to each other to let them know where there team players are. Examples of hockey: Formation - A plan for where the players are placed on the pitch, Communication - People talking to each other and telling them where they are. Examples of badminton: Formation - A plan for where the players are placed on the pitch, Communication - People talking to each other and telling them where they are. Fitness: A team's performance can be greatly affected by their fitness levels. Speed, agility, strength, muscular endurance, endurance (stamina) and flexibility are all different types of fitness. These all mean: Speed - How fast or slow you go, Agility - Change direction while running, Strength - How strong or weak you are, the max amount of weight your muscles can move or lift, Muscular endurance - Ability to keep going as long as you can without being tired, Endurance (stamina) ...read more.

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These all mean: Peer pressure - emotional, Excitement - intellectual, Family and friends - emotional, Money - emotional, Achievement/winning - intellectual, Nationality - emotional, Enjoyment - intellectual, Medals/trophy's - emotional, To be famous - emotional, Praise - emotional. Examples of hockey: Peer pressure - Team pressuring you, Excitement - If you win, Family and friends - If they give you pressure to win, Money - If you get paid, Achievement/winning - You want to win, Nationality - Win it if you are playing for your country, Enjoyment - If you think its fun, Medals/trophy's - If you get medals or trophy's, To be famous - If you want to get famous, Praise - If people are telling you that you are the best. Examples of badminton: Peer pressure - Team pressuring you, Excitement - If you win, Family and friends - If they give you pressure to win, Money - If you get paid, Achievement/winning - You want to win, Nationality - Win it if you are playing for your country, Enjoyment - If you think its fun, Medals/trophy's - If you get medals or trophy's for winning competitions/events To be famous - If you want to get famous, Praise - If people are telling you that you are playing well/good. ...read more.

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