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Welcome

My blog will have posts on sporting events, I will also be writing articles giving tips on how to improve your mental game. I will also occasionally write about the journey to preparing for the Marathon I have signed up for in Jan 2016. 45 more words

5 Ways to Make Your Workout Less Boring–Disassociation

We’re all looking for ways to make a workout go by as quickly as possible. After all, whether you’re just getting started in your day or if you’re trying to drag through one at the end, the goal is usually the same. 1,015 more words

Fitness

PITTSBURGH STEELER LINEBACKER JAMES HARRISON SENT BACK HIS SONS’ PARTICIPATION TROPHIES

USA TODAY columnist Nancy Armour wrote a great column in today’s USA TODAY about Pittsburgh Steelers Linebacker James Harrison giving back his sons’ “Participation Trophies” because they hadn’t earned them, something Ms. 301 more words

Sports

Mental Component of Sport Performance

In sports one of the most misunderstood aspects of the game is the mentality of athletes. Many coaches and players stray away from sport psychology because hearsay and what people see on TV. 907 more words

Coaching

FIGHT BREAKS OUT IN DETROIT TIGERS DUGOUT.

While watching the Red Sox – Tigers game last night on television a fight suddenly broke out in the Tigers dugout between catcher James McCann and short stop Jose Iglesias…and it was caught on national television. 186 more words

Sports

The Problem with Mental Toughness

Everyone loves a bit of mental toughness. Coaches will often tell you they only want athletes who are mentally TOUGH. Athletes strive to develop their mental STRENGTH. 1,208 more words

Sport Psychology

Being Derby Gentle #2: Your Mind

Regular readers of this blog will know that I totes think you could be awesome at Roller Derby. Yes, you. I believe from the bottom of my happy derby heart that there are ways to train smart and hard and use goals and deliberate practice to unlock your Derby Dreams. 642 more words

Roller Derby