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Did you know… Dwelling on past mistakes can hinder your performance? A sport psychology researcher John Dunn, whose research focuses on how athletes react to the high standards they set, found that athletes who accept loss are best prepared to win. Not being able to let go of past mistakes can lead to a negative […]

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Did you know… Mental rehearsal can significantly help you stay calm in the clutch and build your confidence? Research by UC Barkley suggests that mental rehearsal can effectively alleviate anxiety while increasing desired performance behaviors such as self-belief and self-confidence. For more information check out an Athlete’s Guide to Peak performance Series – Building Confidence. https://livingwellcentre.com/products

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Did you know… The practice of positive self-talk is something that can be learned and can be extremely useful in managing the mental and physical symptoms of anxiety? Research by Dr. Frode Moen, an associate professor at the Department of Education at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology, suggests that self-talk isn’t just an […]

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“The day I stopped worrying about stats is the day I started winning.” Shaquille O’Neal The athlete’s mental game in basketball is affected by what they choose to focus on. Basketball psychologists will tell you that confidence is adversely affected when an athlete becomes obsessed with worrying about what others might think of them and […]

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“You must expect great things of yourself before you can do them.” Michael Jordan You put in the hours of training, and you listened to all of the coach’s instructions, yet just before you go on the court, your mind starts to focus on things that are beyond your control. By focusing on the opponent’s […]

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“We compete, not so much against an opponent, but against ourselves. The real test is this: Did I make my best effort on every play?” – Bud Wilkinson What makes a good coach? Among other things, a good coach can raise an athlete’s confidence and improve their performance. A good coach will be even-tempered, level-headed, […]

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