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 »


What Teddy Roosevelt taught us about “Process vs Outcome Goals”

“It is not the critic who counts, not the one who points out how the strong man stumbled or where the doer of deeds...
More »

News Coverage