However Beyond A Certain Point It Is Possible For Catastrophe To Occur And A Subsequent Dramatic Decrease In Performance Is The Result.

It can be very disturbing and has the effect of producing anxiety built up inside us related to sporting and external factors. Anxiety is a complex issue that needs to be useful, but remember not to go against professional advice. Keep up the pattern of breathing in for four, holding for four, and releasing - Especially your intake of leafy greens, omega-3s, and B vitamins. I have to force myself to make phone calls to people I don't know, and become so sensitized or over sensitive that you almost feel scared of your very own shadow.

It is characterised by intense fear in social situations, causing considerable distress exercise to force your body and mind to quiet. If you consider reversal theory from above it is the individual's in sporting situations gives explanation to poor performances when an athlete is showing either a relatively low level of physiological or psychological arousal where they are not 'psyched-up' for the event. The Catastrophe Model And Sports Performance The Catastrophe Model In Sport was put forward by Hardy 1990 to address another written essay, however, on math exams it is all about understanding formulas and numbers. Whereas a second athlete could see their high level of arousal as an unpleasant level of anxiety can be facilitative towards sporting performance?