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Impact of Anxiety, Aggression and Emotional Intelligence in the Wrestlers | Original Article

Rajesh Kumar*, Jagtar Singh, in International Journal of Physical Education & Sports Sciences | Physical Education, Health, Fitness & Sports


Over the last 20 years, competition has made a major jump. The result of a certain game is generally judged a game and, essentially, the rivalry are the indicators in this respect. Several variables will make athletic success better or less relevant. Emotions may play as significant a part in sport as other athletic influences, such as physical, economic, social and spiritual aspects. In consideration of the relative deficit in work on athletic performance emotions or emotional intelligence, this paper explores the associations surrounding emotional intelligence and its direct effect on self-reliantness and thought. Emotionally smart athletes will reach the appropriate emotional condition for the situation's demands. If the situation demands extreme anticipation, emotionally wise people are good at being mentally reactive. Emotional intelligence is considered to be important in individual sports as well as in team sports, and is the secret to the success of a participant in a team environment.