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Coach, an individual between the real condition and theoretical expectations

Tomić, Draženko; Prskalo, Ivan
Coach, an individual between the real condition and theoretical expectations // World Congress of Performance Analysis of Sport XII
Opatija, Hrvatska, 2018. str. 435-435 (poster, podatak o recenziji nije dostupan, sažetak, znanstveni)

Coach, an individual between the real condition and theoretical expectations

Tomić, Draženko ; Prskalo, Ivan

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Sažeci sa skupova, sažetak, znanstveni

World Congress of Performance Analysis of Sport XII

Mjesto i datum
Opatija, Hrvatska, 19-23.09.2018

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Ključne riječi
Coach, quality of sport, psychologization

Introduction: According to today's view, the work of a coach cannot be limited to the fact that the athlete, as an individual or a team, achieves a certain physical condition, or that the athlete is lead through technical and tactical challenges, but the work of a coach should also be the factor that analyses and synthesizes the facts about the condition of the athlete and the environment in which the athlete works. Thus, a picture is being created of a coach as a highly educated individual who stands at the forefront of a team of professionals of different profiles, a person who possesses professional, methodological and pedagogical knowledge. Since in practice there is a mismatch between expectations and the actual situation, coaches, who traditionally regard only technical and tactical skills as their domain, are under great pressure. Methods: For this article we searched the "Hrčak" article database. We have reviewed and analyzed sixteen articles about trainers in all aspects. Results: Sport results as the supreme benchmark for a trainer's success, psychologization and feminization of social norms and goals slowly take hold of debates about concealed authoritarianism, negative outcomes, subordinated personalities or anger, neglecting of social conventions, and unsportsmanlike conduct that would have all of its source in a trainer's ego, the lack of their social sensitivity and the tendency towards punishment. The same professional literature that has become aware of these behaviour patters strives to promote a democratic coach and a motivated athlete (i.e. the stereotype of the educational system), it is concerned with the questioning of the quality of the relationship between the coach and the athlete, it has also been trying to include the interpersonal aspects of coach behaviour into the existing questionnaires about the management in the sport, it also discusses the preoccupations of the old and young coaches, it establishes the limits and sets norms for the differences between coaching and abuse, and similar things. Conclusion: We need to see what will bring a trend that in the first row pushes only the feelings of parents, athletes and trainers. Or, do you need the discipline and hard work to get the top result?

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Učiteljski fakultet, Zagreb