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ATHLETE DEVELOPMENT
Table of ContentsINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................1TASK..............................................................................................................................................1Part 1...........................................................................................................................................1Part 2...........................................................................................................................................4CONCLUSION................................................................................................................................5REFERENCES................................................................................................................................6REFERENCES................................................................................................................................8
INTRODUCTIONChildren are future of the country, adults and youth have to get engaged in right activitieswhich support them in developing their capabilities to become a good sport person. An athleterequires speed, power within them (Bergeron and et.al, 2015). This quality assist in making themto become a good athlete. Present study is based on athletic development. It will describeconcepts of family that influence development of children with reference to Romeao family.Furthermore, It will explain various instruments which can be used for research familyinfluences on athletic development.TASKPart 1To become an athletic is not an easy task. Person has to make many sacrifices andfamilies need to support them fully so that children can reach to their goal. Angel Romaeo is thefirst girl who become artistic gymnast (Lloyd and et.al, 2015). She had competed in the year2014 in Commonwealth games. She won bronze medal in this competition. Venus Romaeobelongs from Cardiff family, in her family there were six members and all these are engaged insport activities.Her goal was to become a famous and successful athletic which was very difficult for herin such a small age (Balish and Côté, 2014). Her family has supported her completely. Hermother was with her all the time and was motivating her so that she does not feel nervous.Motivation is considered as one of the most important part for athletic development. Selfdetermination theory is the great approach which islinked with social context determination.Deci and Ryan has given this theory in which they have explained intrinsic and extrinsicmotivation aspect which can support a self-determination theory for their development (Dodgeand Mazerolle, 2015). By paying more attention on mastering their environment an athletes mayfeel confident and can feel sense of achievement. This supports them in taking challenges andenhancing their competence.As in the Romaeo family all members was engaged in sports activities this she washaving the background where she was associated with intrinsic motivation. Her inherenttendency courage her to show sports men spirit and face challenges. She felt so happy when sheexercises regular and practice in the ground (Scott and et.al, 2015). She drives own self forparticipating in sports and she was self motivated. This has supported her in reaching to her goal1
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