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overall physical activity

D-
-only 9% of canadian kids get the 60 mins of heart pumping PA they need each day
-70% of children aged 3 to 4 meet the recommendations of 150 mins of daily activity at any
intensity
-14% of 5-11 and 5% of 12-17 years meet guidelines when they increase to 150 min of mod-vigerous

2

active play

D+
-37% of 11 to 15 year olds play outdoors for at least 2 hours each day
-according to parents, 75% of 5-19 year old participate in unorganized physical activity or sports after school

3

organized sport and PA participation

B
-77% of 5 to 19 year olds participate in organized physical activities or sport
-less than 30% of 3- 21 year olds with severe developmental disabilities play team sports

4

youth sport

-youth sport is one avenue for increasing youth PA participation (and in turn, their health)

5

the 3 P's of sport

-participation
-performance
-personal development

6

outcomes associated with youth sport

-important to acknowledge both positive and negative outcomes
-physical health (concussion/good for health)
-psychological development (too much success/good for brain)
-social development (get bullied/ make friends)

7

youth sport social influences

-coaches can impact the 3 P's of youth sport
coaches should know alot about the sport they are coaching, but good coaches will have other expertise:
-interpersonal skills (connection with others)
-intrapersonal knowledge (openess to learning and self reflection)

8

youth sport social influences

contexts:
-these competencies may need to be applied in various settings
-competitive or recreational sports
-children, adolescents, adults
-coaches often struggle to explain how they specifically target these competencies
-focus on winning (pressure on winning)
- 4 foci of process of coaching

9

4 foci of process of coaching

-competence
-confidence
-connection
-character

10

what practices target competence, confidence, connection, and character

-involving athletes in decision making
-care and concern for athletes
-focus on self-improvement of athletes
-promote interactive discussion
-acknowledge athletes feelings
-behave in a clear and consistent manner

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when athletes feel connected to their peers in sport..

-they have increased self-esteem, belonging, competence, and intrinstic motivation
-sport is a great context for forming friendships
-opportunity for development of key social skills
-but peers can also be sources of stress in sport

12

true competition

-focus on how competition can serve the interests of all involved- opportunity for focus and effort towards a goal
-friendship, teamwork, trust, loyalty, commitment and respect

13

decompetition

seeing competition as a war and opportunity to assert power

14

parents positive role in youth sport

-emotional support
-info support
-tangible support
-companionship support

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parental influence may be negative

-bad ref call
-pressure
-too high expectations
-respect in sport certification