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The purpose of this study is to examine the relationship between coaching behaviors and athletes’ burnout in Golestan province (Iran) super league Futsal players. The research method in this study was Descriptive and correlation method. Statistical population of survey is all players who play in Golestan province Futsal super league (N=110) that they all participate in the study. There were two questionnaires used for data collection including Martin and Barnes (1999) Coaching Behavior questionnaire And Raedeke & Smith (2001) questionnaire to measure athletes’ burnout. Descriptive and inferential statistics methods for data analysis were used. With 99% confidence, the results showed that: 1. There is a negative and significant correlation between Positive reaction Behavior and futsal players’ burnout (r=-0.646, P≤0.001). 2. There is a positive and significant correlation between negative reaction Behavior and futsal players’ burnout (r=0.566, P≤0.001). 3. There is a negative and significant correlation between natural behavior and futsal players’ burnout (r=-0.388, P≤0.001). It is recommended that coaches employ adequate leadership styles to decrease athletes’ burnout and other factors affecting athletes’ burnout in training and competition are examined.
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Author(s): Nasser Bai and Amir Dana