The Most Important Job Interview in Sports: Part I

One of the most interesting things about the Olympics is that they give us a glimpse at how athletes deal with highly pressurized situations.

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Mental Training Pays Off – Vancouver Olympics 2010

by Dr. Stephen Walker, PhD, CC-AASP, USOC Registry of Sport Psychogists What do you get when you employ a positive

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Sport Psychology at the Vancouver Olympic Games 2010

by Stephen Walker, PhD, CC-AASP, USOC Registry of Sport Psychologists In a previous article involving a “From the Field” interview

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Vancouver Olympics 2010 – The Mental Toughness of Ryan Miller

What happens when you combine the speed of 5 great athletes in helmets and pads sprinting on ice skates straight at you? Oh yeah, they’re also bearing weapons.

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PJS Talks with Dr. Lee Hancock on Mental Skills Training for Youth Coaches & Athletes

by Stephen Walker, PhD, CC-AASP Podium’s Podcast of the Week: An Interview with Dr. Lee Hancock Lee Hancock is Chair

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Poised for Greatness: Inspiration and Opportunity in Superbowl XLIV

by Stephen Walker, Ph.D., CC-AASP Inspirational Stories – See What the Saint’s Use to Pump Themselves Up – Check out

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Coaching The Millennial Player

by Rob Polishook, MA, CPC The Athlete is a Person First and Player Second There are three core mental-based principles

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Athletes' Choices Can Help or Hinder the Development of Confidence

Foreward by Dr. Stephen Walker – Editor: “Confidence is a factor that can influence an athlete’s performance in remarkable ways. 

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Mythbusting in High School Sports: Perspectives of Athletes, Coaches and Parents

Podium’s Podcast of the Week – An interview with Samantha Monda by Stephen Walker, PhD – CC-AASP Dr. Aimee Kimball,

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