Get & Stay Motivated

by Tami Eggleston, Ph.D. CC-AASP The following article is by Tami Eggleston, Ph.D. of McKendree University. She’s an Association for

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Developing the Practice Intensity Habit

Practice intensity is the will, commitment, and enthusiasm to practice with a purpose. Most coaches consider it an important characteristic

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Goal Setting for Weightlifting

Ever had those days. When you just didn’t want to get out of bed, didn’t want to go to work

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Team Turns Unsung Runners Into Elite Marathoners

The following paragraphs come from a NYT article by Gina Kolata. This is only part of the article. Here’s the

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Reviewing Brian Handwerks' Article: Success and Risk in Extreme Sports

Yesterday four men were gored during the running of bulls in Pamplona, Spain. But if you think the risk of

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Examining Academic and Athletic Motivation

Academic motivation as a predictor of academic performance for college athletes has been debated in the literature. This study examined

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Sport Psychologists Are Gaining Ground

WHEN Padraig Harrington won the Open Golf Championship at Carnoustie last summer, he instantly gave the credit to his psychologist.

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Imagery and Visualization in Sports

Imagery involves mentally rehearsing aspects of your performance. It allows you to practice in your mind before you perform, and

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The Surfer's Mind – A Review of Richard Bennett's Book

Surfersvillage Global Surf News : – – Sydney, Australia – – Renowned Performance Psychologist and Surf Psychology pioneer Richard Bennett,

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The Psychology of Skateboarding

Lecturers mike Boyd of CSUF and Mi-Sook Kim of UCSF studied amateur skateboarders to find out whether they match a

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