Welcome to Podium Sports Journal!

Contributors use your credentials to log in

Please keep your password private!

Member Login
Lost your password?

Posts Tagged ‘ behavior ’

Motivation in Sport – Discovering Your “Reason”

June 5, 2011
Motivation in Sport – Discovering Your “Reason”

by Simon Hartley Be World Class Why does a swimmer get out of bed at 4am on a cold, wet Tuesday in December. Why do they drive all the way to the pool and swim up and down for two hours? Why do they then have a bite of breakfast before doing a tough...
More »

Might Psychotherapy Have Rescued Tiger Woods?

December 28, 2009

by Dr. Stephen Walker – CC-AASP Tiger’s Infamous Fall from Grace Belief Systems Drive Behavior – Both Good & Bad Behavior: The case for therapy in Sport The end of 2009 has brought us some unforgetable moments both in and out of sport.  What will undoubtedly be remembered as a tough year for everyone...
More »


P5 Thinking – Mental Conditioning for Peak Performance

It is a fact that successful athletes think differently. They have belief systems that support their success and they actively work to manage their...
More »

News Coverage