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I'm Not A Team Player (But Neither Are You)

Disclaimer: Before this post gets under way, I want to provide my perception of the Americanism team player. Team player is a noun that originated in the late 19th century that describes a person who willingly works in… 1,852 more words


A few years ago, before chewing tobacco was banned in college baseball, I had the opportunity to walk inside a Division I college baseball team’s dugout and couldn’t (at first) understand why the floor of the dugout was so sticky. 153 more words


How to Build a Strong, Massive Attitude

Football players and coaches usually think of strengthening and adding mass as a physical training issue. Lift tons of weight, eat or drink pounds of protein, and a player will get stronger and bigger. 1,623 more words

Adjusting Attitudes

Introduction to sport psych training | Part 2

Due to lots of personal reasons, like study etc. I am not able to keep up with my goal of releasing a post each week. I try to keep releasing a post when I got one finished. 734 more words

Exercise Psychology

How to Develop Motivation for Sport

Daniel Gould gives some useful tips about how to develop your motivation for your sport. Daniel Gould is lead scientist in sport psychology.

Check out this movie.

Exercise Psychology

The Center Line: The Mental Side of Injury Recovery

This week, David Gofman is joined by Gabi Whitmer as they explore the mental side of injury recovery, and whether or not there are positive side effects to injury recovery.


How to motivate your athletes

In the youtube movie below Daniel Gould, lead scientist within sport psychology explains how you as a coach can improve the motivation in your athlete. Of course this movie alone would not be enough to be a successful coach as sport psychology skills and the way of communicating needs to be trained. 40 more words

Exercise Psychology