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Differnce b/w professional and amateur.pptx

  1. 1. ASPESS Amity school of Physical Education and sports sciences Sports Psychology and Sociology(PEDU 247) Presentation on Difference between Professional and Amateur SUBMITTED BY - SUBMITTED TO SARTHAK SHARMA A3013821067 Dr. Ajit Kumar DEEPANSHU SHEORAN A3013821068 YASHASVI A3013821069 1
  2. 2. ASPESS Difference between Professional and Amateur 2
  3. 3. ASPESS Amateurs wait to feel inspired. Professionals stick to a schedule. • Amateurs only work and practicewhen they feel motivated to do so. • They wait for inspiration, or permission from somebody else, to take action towards their goals—to exercise,to write more and so on. • Professionals don’t let their feelingsdictate their actions. • They intentionally create and stickto a schedulecome rain or shine.
  4. 4. ASPESS 4 Amateurs strive to achieve. Professionals strive to improve.  Just like a recreational runner preparing for a marathon, Amateurs strive for the achievement of finishing the marathon.  After the marathon, the recreational runner no longer strives to improve their running. The achievement has now been reached, so the incentive to stay consistent with practice is very little.  The professional understands that an achievement is simply an indication of how much they’ve improved.  They are focused on continuous growth and seek to find new ways to improve themselves.
  5. 5. ASPESS 5 Amateurs focus on goals. Professionals focus on habits. • Amateurs are obsessed with the outcome. They seek the instant gratification of quick results and look to ‘sprint’ to success. • They struggle with ‘resistance’ and procrastination because of their intense focus on the end result. • Professionals treat success like a marathon and not a sprint. They focus on developing the habits that will naturally help them to achieve their goals as a by-product.
  6. 6. ASPESS 6 Amateurs stall after failure. Professionals grow after failure.  Amateurs try to avoid failure at all costs. They fear criticism and worry too much about what people would think if they failed.  Amateurs give up when faced with adversity and tough challenges. They lack the mental toughness to push forward and succeed.  Professionals understand that failure is an inevitable and necessary part of growth.  They treat failure and criticism like a scientist— discarding the irrelevant information and using the relevant feedback to become better at what they do.
  7. 7. ASPESS 7 Amateurs live for opinions. Professionals live for the truth. • Amateurs are easily swayed by the opinions and ‘best practices’ of the majority of people in their field. • The basis of an Amateur’s decision-making is their belief that “I’m right because I believe I am.” • Professionals actively question widely held assumptions about how things should be done. • A professional’s decision-making process is based on objectivity, not opinions. This type of thinking prevents them from making bad decision.
  8. 8. ASPESS For example in Boxing 8
  9. 9. ASPESS 9 Many great boxers like Muhammad Ali, Oscar De La Hoya, Evander Holyfield, and Sugar Ray Leonard got their start in amateur (Olympic) boxing. They used their success in amateur boxing as a platform for launching their professional boxing careers and went on to become household names that shaped the boxing industry. Despite the popularity of both amateur boxing and professional boxing, most boxing fans don’t know the vast differences between the two sports.
  10. 10. ASPESS 10 Boxing Style In amateur boxing, one needs to have fast hands and feet to do well. The amateur boxing style involves quick strikes because the boxer will be throwing one, two, or jab, then move in and out of range. For professional boxing, a boxer looks for the big shot and knocks out more often. The boxers plant their feet more and throw powerful shots at their opponent. An amateur must land his punch directly on the closed glove, but a professional can hit the opponent on his back or the kidneys’ area.
  11. 11. ASPESS 11 Purse money In professional boxing, the main objective is to earn more money by knocking out their opponent, whereas, in amateur boxing, the boxer aims at scoring as many points as possible. In professional boxing, there is no prize money. The boxer is paid through purse money. Purse money is the amount of money agreed upon before the fight that each fighter is to be paid for completing the fight. They do not win or lose money based on the result of the fight. The amount of money to be settled between each boxer can be different and can include various clauses. In amateur boxing, fighters are awarded a fixed amount if they win.
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  13. 13. ASPESS Thank you 13

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