The Track and Field life: internal and external motivation
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This is a life skill, not just an athletic skill.
Regardless of the outcome, encourage athletes to finish the season doing their best. This year, I had a participant who had worked hard all season to improve upon time in the and meter run. Before their race I complemented their hard work, this year and passed along a reminder that this was the last opportunity to show how much they had improved. In the end, they ran a great race and was satisfied with her performance. For our athletes that can finish fifth or sixth, this is a rallying cry.
District championships are won and lost on the fifth- and sixth-place finishers. These athletes are crucial to being a successful team.
Scoring points at the district meet is a focus of many of our athletes going in. Several years ago, I was working with a team that had a very good chance to win the district championship. As a math teacher, I had looked at all the points and knew it would come down to a point or two.
Going into the mile, it looked like we needed one more point. One of our freshman milers took up the challenge.
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That runner finished sixth, running one of their personal best times. After the meet as we held the trophy, that runner was congratulated for their contribution to our win. Working hard to catch someone who has posted faster times is always a great motivator. The week or two leading up to district, and the week before the area and regional meets are when this works best. We tell runners that working hard has made them better all year.LSU Men's Track & Field: 2016 NCAA Championships Hype Video
We have several quotes posted in our locker rooms and in our offices. Trying to catch someone who is a little faster is great motivation.
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As often as we have athletes content with their times, we have a kid trying to beat it. The handful of kids we have going into meets with the fastest times need a little different motivation.
They become the target of those behind trying to catch them. If you are the fastest, then your job is to work hard and prove to everyone why you are the fastest. Fender's not the only one to incorporate music into his routine. Sports teams and athletes everywhere have created pre-game playlist after pre-game playlist in order to get into competition mode.
In response hundreds of runners openly disregarded the ban. They risked disqualification to listen to their music. Not only do athletes around the world enjoy listening to their favorite warm up songs, whether it be "Started from the Bottom" by Drake or "All I Do is Win" by DJ Khaled, but according to thehealthsciencesacademy.
One, distraction from the fatigue that sets in. Two, it created an internal sense of motivation.
Three, by synchronising your movements to the beat of the song you can up the level of your workout and four, music tends to elicit emotion and unless your go to pre-game song is "Supermarket Flowers" by Ed Sheeran you'll most likely be able to harness happiness to make you work harder.
Besides performing to the lyrics of their favorite artists track and field athletes also perform to the sound of their teammates cheering them on. If you have ever been to a meet here at Brockport there is not much down for the Golden Eagles and that is by their choice. Whenever they aren't racing, throwing, jumping or pole vaulting they are rushing to their teammates events and cheering them on as they shoot to place well for SUNYACs coming up in a couple weeks.
Music may be internal motivation before the gun goes off and the hand is raised but between teammates and coaches external motivation isn't that hard to come by. This is shown in the things the athletes come away from the season and their time here at Brockport enjoying the most.
Freshman high jumper Hunter Louth shared the three things he likes most about being a part of the team. They make you feel wanted and part of something special," Louth wrote in an email.