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Our Unhealthy Obsession with Childhood Athletic Achievement

In today’s fast-paced world of youth sports, it is important to remember what needs to be prioritized so the children participating have the best chance to improve their skills and abilities while enjoying themselves at the same time. 1,693 more words


Negativity and Your Child’s Brain: How to Help Kids Stay Positive

In order for today’s youth to understand the importance of living an active lifestyle through sport participation, parents and coaches must discover new and innovative ways to show children the impact sport can have on their life. 1,206 more words


The Psychology of Decision Making

Part 1: Introduction

Part 2: Defining the Tactical Game

Part 3: How to Make Quick and Effective Decisions

Part 4: Developmental Variables

Defining the Tactical Game… 514 more words


Why we play derby

You know that moment, before a bout starts, when you stop, take in the scene, draw a deep breath and think ‘why the hell am I doing this?’ 371 more words

Roller Derby

An Open letter To Sport Secretaries, Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports: Please Use Our Services

In the wake of yesterday’s unfortunate incident involving suicide attempts by young women athletes (underlining young and athletes) (http://zeenews.india.com/sports/others/one-woman-athlete-dies-after-four-students-attempt-suicide-at-sports-authority-hostel_1591321.html), its with sheer shame I am writing this open letter to everyone involved somewhere or the other in the field of sports in India. 1,073 more words

Respect Your Opponent

“Respecting your opponent is the key to winning any bout. Hold your enemy in contempt and you may miss the strategy behind his moves.”
-David H. 2,271 more words

Sport Psychology


She finally did it. She was finally successful in breaking up Tiger’s relationship with Lindsey Vonn whom she was insanely jealous of. And how did she do it? 93 more words