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Performance Readiness Worksheet

Routines and readiness consists of four main areas:

  • Preparation: This is technical skill, tactical strategies, physical readiness and psychological readiness.

  • Resilience in handling setbacks and performance errors: Positive adaptation to adversity, setbacks and performance errors.

  • Intensity, energy and drive: The level of physical activation needed at the start of a competition.

  • Focus and concentration: The width and direction of one’s mental focus; mindfulness

Use the following template to create your own performance readiness plan. Identify your goals, potential obstacles, and behaviors regarding each component.



Preparation: Technical, strategic, physical & psychological readiness for training and competition

1. Goal

2. Obstacle

3. Behavior

Resilience and coping with adversity: Positive coping with performance challenges, setbacks, and errors

1. Goal

2. Obstacle

3. Behavior

Intensity: Physical activation for optimal performance

1. Goal

2. Obstacle

3. Behavior

Focus: Concentration on the most important parts of the task at hand and being able to shift attention when needed and letting go of distractions

1. Goal

2. Obstacle

3. Behavior


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