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Leave it all out on track. In training as well as bouts.

One of my most important pre-game thoughts is to remind myself that I only have those two thirty minute halves to do something about the game. 254 more words

Roller Derby

Seven Rules for Living-Joshua Wooden

When John Wooden completed grade school his father, Joshua Wooden, gave him a card with a poem on one side and seven rules for living on the other. 112 more words

Personal Development

Athlete Versus Mind; Predicting the Future is a Waste of Time

Part II: 

Since thoughts are part of what make us human, it is valuable to identify irrational styles of thinking and understand their function both on the surface and deep within the unconscious mind.  581 more words


Destructive rivalry within the team

I have watched with increasing interest the rivalry and competition that exists within the Mercedes formula one team at the moment. This led me to consider is rivalry within a sports team a good or bad thing? 428 more words

Sport Psychology

BLAST FROM THE PAST - 2004 interview with Olympic GOLD medalist JOE JACOBI

During the build up to the 2004 Olympic I had my own athlete website and I just found all the old documents!!!  Including my theories on racing, training, interviews with athletes/coaches and I want to share them with you. 3,371 more words

Stuart McIntosh


Since 1986 I’ve been a Sport Psychology Consultant working with athletes and sports teams, most of them African-American, and I’ve found something that really is quite unique to that segment of our society.   192 more words


Scoring in Golf: Forgetting the past and the future and living in the moment.

Scoring in Golf: Forgetting the past and the future and living in the moment.

Have you ever wondered why some golfers score far better than their golf swing and striking would suggest? 355 more words