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Can you lose the ability to win?

I was about 14, on a cross country course, going at a cracking pace when I realized my horse was not absolutely on top of his game. 839 more words

Dressage

"Team First", more than just a statement.

“Team First”

Sure, you have heard me say it multiple times. Those who I train have heard me say it hundreds, if not thousands of times. 614 more words

Mental Training Monday

Is there room for values in youth sport? — The Sporting Influencer

Fortius Training Source: Is there room for values in youth sport?

Here is a link to a guest blog  I recently wrote for Richard Cashman’s “The Sporting Influencer” You can read the article via…

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Applied Coaching

Gold Has a Musty Smell

The spirit of songs from so many legends inhabit the walls of RCA’s Studio B in Nashville. A nondescript building with faded tile floors, walls that could use a fresh coat of paint, and creaky doors is the place of legend. 260 more words

CURT SCHILLING: A GOOD EXAMPLE OF THE RELATIONSHIP OF STRESS TO CANCER.

It’s been said that you can easily judge the character of others by how they treat those who can do nothing for them or to them. 542 more words

Sports

Pre Round Routine: Who Are You?

The early season has been great for Par4Success athletes as they have accounted for over 20 Top 10 finishes and over 10 individual medalist and tournament wins in 1 month.   575 more words

Sport Performance

The Jungle Book has a strong message for teamwork

After watching the brilliant Jungle Book remake, I came away with the ‘Law of the Jungle’ chant in my head.  What a great message in there for individuals and teams to keep in mind! 78 more words

Sport Psychology