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HOW OUR SCHOOL SYSTEMS FAILED RICHARD MATT AND DAVID SWEAT.

Those of you who read my column know the value I place on transforming sports teams into support groups, allowing team members to share their problem and issues with each other. 211 more words

Sport Psychology

WHO MURDERED TIGER WOODS’ GOLF GAME?

My name is Lieutenant Columbo of the LAPD Homicide Department and I’ve been assigned the Tiger Woods case. It’s pretty obvious somebody murdered his golf game and my job is to find out who. 622 more words

Sports

How To Coach Generation Z?

As a coach in youth sport, it is important to understand the children who will be participating. Having a better understanding as to what makes this generation unique from the past can make all the difference. 877 more words

Coaching

Targeting Transfer Targets

Rangers signing policy this summer appears to have got off to a very good start, two young and promising defenders have both signed on the dotted line as part of the Warburton revolution. 776 more words

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VISUALIZING VIOLENCE THAT APPEARS ON TELEVISION

We’re all familiar with how athletes are able to enhance their performance by visualizing themselves being successful, but the visualization process can also be used in a negative way by kooks in our society who are angry and feel they are victims of society. 215 more words

Sports

AN OPEN LETTER TO LEBRON JAMES.

Hey LeBron! You are a great athlete and a great basketball player. Probably one of the greatest basketball players of all time.  But I think you’re trying to do too much. 124 more words

Sports

WHY BATTING .400 CONSISTENTLY IN MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL WILL BE LIKE BREAKING THE 4-MINUTE MILE. AFTER ONE BATTER DOES IT, OTHERS WILL FOLLOW.

In sports, there is such a thing as a self-limiting belief. But beliefs can also work in a positive way, like placebos in medicine, authorizing athletes to achieve what they are already capable of achieving. 350 more words

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