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5 Essential Areas of Sport Psychology
Sports psychology can seem a bit overwhelming at first, so here are five essential areas to learn if you want to know more about the field.
Need to Break Out of Your Slump?
Every athlete deals with a stretch of bad play. Being in a slump challenges the mental side of your game even more than the physical. Here are a few tips on how to sharpen your mind and break out.
Dealing With Fans For the First Time?
If you’re passionate about your sport, you may be thinking about the moment when you begin to play in front of hundreds, or even thousands of people. Don’t sweat it! Here are a few tips to deal with the pressure that a big crowd can create.
Important Mental Skills Fencing Can Teach You
Fencing is a sport that requires speed, agility, strength, and toughness. However, what many people don't know is that there are other psychological aspects that follow. Some of the attributes that fencers learn from their sport can be transferred to real life and this article will present some of them:
How To Let Go Of Mistakes 101!
Are you the type of athlete that can't let go of mistakes? If so, this article is a must-read. It helps with dealing with pre-race anxiety, stress, overthinking, lack of confidence, lack of focus, and much more. Today we'll be looking at basketball, one of the world's most-played sports to answer the question many athletes deal with: How can I let go of my mistakes?
Quick, Easy Ways of Coping With Trash Talkers
Every athlete has encountered trash-talking in sports competitions. It forces you to lose focus and get frustrated with yourself and your game. But how does this emotional control work and how do you cope with it?
5 Mental Steps for a Healthier Recovery from Sport Injuries
Injuries can happen to any athlete and they can make you feel hopeless and downhearted. It often takes time to heal and be back at your full potential which can cause frustration. Here are five ways to have a strong and healthy psychological comeback when confronted with an injury on any scale of severity.