IUB SPH-R 230 - Recreational Sports Progamming (86 pages)

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Recreational Sports Progamming

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Sph-R 230 - Recreational Sports Programming
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Recreational Sports Programming 08 26 2014 8 26 whose sports will you offer Broad spectrum Fitness wellness lifestyle o Older generation o Getting memberships o Rather be fit than skinny Women participation is increasing What will I do Hire train schedule sport staff Manage sport facilities BS 30 000 45 000 MS 45 000 75 000 Course assignments 800 pts o exams 100 pts each o in class 75 o hw tournament scheduling 80 8 28 Foundations Identify of Recreational Sports Leisure Spare time not work or personal care that brings a degree of relaxation o Quantitative Time span We can count the hours we spend Personal view Could be at work o Qualitative State of mind Personal growth rejuvenation of spirit Our own personal interpretation of what leisure is as opposed to someone else s Recreation A diversion from work retooling of energy for work or a positive socially acceptable leisure activity o Can fall under leisure but leisure is not always recreation Leisure isn t always and activity Play State of mind or emotions that are expected from sport participation o Incorporates challenge risk and chance o Innate children show simplest form Sport 2 teams in direct competition without need of judge Activity requires a neutral 3rd party judge Degrees of Participation Organizational design Rules regulations Skill performance Physical exertion Mental concentration Risk Rule modification o Co ed smaller courts handicaps Emphasis on winning o Fun winning o Learning performance o Participation by all participation by best o Recreational competitive The traditional triangle o Athletics intramural PE Leisure sport triangle o Professional athletic recreational educational Recreational sports spectrum o Club extramural intramural informal instructional Leisure sports model o Competitive activity Educational Sport Teaching sport skills strategies and knowledge to train students through academic courses Recreational Sport Programming sport activity for fitness fun 5 divisions o instructional o informal o intramural o extramural o club everyone participates variety of settings Chapter 1 Health State of physical mental and social well being that might also include spiritual practices o Mental health is the measure of an individual s emotional and psychological well being and how he or she is able to use cognitive and emotional capabilities to function in society o Physical health describes the status of bodily parts and functions that allow an individual to navigate his or her environment efficiently and effectively Leisure Qualitative o Expression of superior spiritual activities of the mind and body o State of being in which people are free from biological or work constraints Quantitative o Personal care eating sleeping personal maintenance o Work training for a vocation and participating in gainful employment o Leisure unobligated time spent participating in activities of personal interest ideally positive constructive and healthy recreation recreation voluntary activity that creates a diversion from work reenergizing socially acceptable use of leisure time goal of recreational management is to provide participants with a variety of activities to choose from and to help participants have positives experiences social cultural outdoor garden fitness faith based hobby special event sport sport playing cooperative competitive activity in the game form intensity continuum also reflects the individuals interest as experienced through a wide array of levels of involvement Week 2 08 26 2014 9 1 Foundations Identity of Recreational Sports The Recreational Sport Spectrum Club sports Extramural sports Intramural sports Informal sports Instructional sports Instructional Provide learning opportunities about sport skills strategies rules and regulations to help improve performance o Often incorporates instructional through lessons clinics worships o Different skill level Informal A process of self directed participation o Desire to participate for fun and fitness for the sake of itself o Programming involves ensuring facilities services are available based on individual s schedule interests resources Intramural Structured contests tournaments leagues etc where participation is limited to the setting where the rec sport system is located o Usually must be a member of the offering institution Extramural Structured participation usually between winning teams in a setting o Extension of intramural sport programming involves intramural champions or other designed systems o Extravaganzas play days festivals involving participants from many settings Club Sports Interest groups organized because of common interest in a sport o Focus varies because it is run by membership o May focus on teaching team sponsorship socialization or a combination there of Why do people participate Personal o Avocation Professional o Service o Development o Relations Influences on Participation Skill level Geographic location Past experience Availability opportunity Socialization Constraints Participation Health 60 mil 1 3 are overweight 300 000 deaths per year linked to obesity 81 of adults want daily sport participation in schools 40 of adults do not participate in physical activity 30 of people 12 21 are over 25 of people 12 21 do not participate physical activity Sports Participation Youth 3 pm 8 pm present the most danger 1 3 of 12 year olds are left Youth 45 of college students drink regularly 25 binge drink drop outs rates in sport participation approach 80 by age 18 approximately 67 of girls participate in sport at age 6 33 at age 13 13 by age 18 how can sport serve as a buffer for at risk behavior 9 4 Competition in Recreational Sports Competition defined Vince Lombardi Winning isn t everything it s the only thing o The will to win is everything Competition Brings out best in you o Self improvement Brings audience Cheating dishonesty Poor sportsmanship self esteem Injury Too early intimidation burn out prevent from persisting o Lose passion Learned Behavior or is it instinctive What shapes it o Family friends feeling of loss money trophy don t want to disappoint Does it have a place in recreational sports o Youth game with parents yelling Henkel Monitoring competition for success Assumptions o Preparation for life o Production o Participation o Purification Opponents of competition Learned behavior Aggression or unfair play Effects on self esteem Volunteer parents are coaches Winning builds confidence Show me a good loser and ill show you a


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