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EEO. 2020; 19(3): 4022-4037


Coach Skill And Behavior; Effects On Motivation level Of Field Hockey Players

Habib Ullah, Noor Muhammad Marwat, Ejaz Asghar, Zubia Savila, Alia, Ishrat Ali Virk, Waseem Raja Maseeh.


Abstract

Study in hand was conducted about the effect of coach skill and behavior on motivation of field hockey players. Researcher used Coaching Behavior Scale(CBS-S) for data collection. Total participants of the study were 285field hockey players of four districts (Lahore, Faisalabad, Bahawalpur and Bhakkar) of Punjab, Pakistan. District sports officers of all the four districts were taken in to confidence before collection of data. Cross sectional survey design was used forstudy. The data was collected through scheduled questionnaires. Collected data were analyzed through the help of SPSS 21. Results of the study were in line with the studies consulted and positive effect of coach behavior on motivation of field hockey players were detected. This study is helpful for researchers, physical educationists and for sports persons. The purpose of the study was to identify coaching behavior toward playersÂ’ physical training/conditioning, techniques in skills, mental toughness, goal-setting and strategies to efficiently cope in competitions.

Key words: Coaching Behavior (CB), Field Hockey Players, Effects, Coaching Behavior Scale, Technical Skills (TS), Skill, Goal Setting, Training, Conditioning, Mental Toughness, Behavior and Motivation.






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