Category Archives for "Sport psychology"
1. Have you ever been in a game and noticed that your mind/body was reacting a step too slow? Do you notice at times your movements are robotic, and you don’t know why? 2.Have you ever asked yourself in the third person, what’s going on today I know I can play better than this? 3. […]Read More..
The Ultimate Advantage If you’ve been an athlete for any amount of time, you’ve undoubtedly heard from a coach or trainer that you have to “visualize” good performances before you ever go out there to do it for real, right? Well, this is great advice except there are very few coaches actually teach their […]Read More..
Today’s pressure tips help you learn how to focus better in competition. When you do that, your mind is occupied and distracted away from the pressure. Can you keep your focus in the moment of pressure and ignore distractions? The first step is to pick a small target and then put your center of […]Read More..
When to Teach Children Mental Skills A common question I get asked, is at what level of competition should a player begin working on their mental game? Any age! I work athletes as young as 9 years old, and we have them go through the signature R.A.C.E Formula 2.0 Program. The real way to get […]Read More..
Want to build your confidence in basketball? I know exactly how it feels as an athlete to have all the confidence in the world before the game. I remember what it feels lose confidence in shooting AFTER a couple missed shots. I know what it feels like to work tirelessly leading up to a game, […]Read More..
Psychology 1. The science of the mind or of mental states and processes. 2. The sum or characteristics of the mental states and processes of a person or class of persons, or of the mental states and processes involved in a field of activity: Source: psychology. (n.d.). Collins English Dictionary – Complete & Unabridged 10th […]Read More..