We’ve all been there when nothing seems to go your way in-game, no matter what you do. Maybe you’ve been spawn peeked at the start of a round in RS: Siege, get killed just as you use your ultimate in Overwatch, or get eliminated whilst looting in Fortnite. 1,204 more words
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I’ve competed in a lot of different ways in my lifetime: In softball and field hockey as a youngster, in music through high school and college, in rec league sports in my mid-20s, as a competitive cyclist from late-20s until last year…I had some real successes as a competitor when I was young but, as it is with a lot of adults, those successes become less frequent when you aren’t just competing with people your own age but also the entire adult population. 436 more words
Being on a sports team there are many things that can motivate you; other players, coaches, parents and awards are just a few examples. Unfortunately, there are often factors that actually affect your motivation in a negative way, one of these is a lack of self-appreciation. 1,071 more words
What is Sport Psychology?
According to the Essentials of Strength and Conditioning textbook, sport psychology is a sub-discipline of exercise science that seeks to understand how behavior processes influence skilled movement. 2,239 more words