An integrated work plan is envisaged, based on tailor paths, which include services aimed at:
To Federations, Clubs, for players of different ages and technical levels.
Early studies by Jackson and Marsh, the two Australian researchers at Queensland University who developed the Flow State Scale, involved team sports.
The challenge: is team Flow a summation of individual players flow situations?
Our studies over the years provided us with the answers, but, above all, they showed us how the Flow State Scale can favor the optimization of the locker room, increasingly characterized, already at a youth level, by the presence of different individualities, cultures, sports and life experiences.
The Flow State Scale, in fact, can be used in a reduced form (9 items, a per dimension) validated by Jackson and Marsh themselves.
At the end of the training - the coach will suggest the frequency - players are asked to fill in the 9-item scale, recalling the sensations experienced on the pitch.
The comparison of the individual profiles with those of optimal functioning, evaluated at the beginning of the season, will favor dialogue, with obvious advantages regarding collective efficacy and intrinsic motivation.
Individual interviews with the management, group and individual meetings with the technical staff and interventions for small groups, allow to acquire a more complete picture of individuality, synergies, and methods of communication in the field, as well as of possible conflicts.
Sharing, alignment of objectives, focus on the coach, which are crucial in feeding and supporting the emotional-motivational resources of the players.
In a shared path with the coach, staff and management, it is possible to work through: