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Sports Psychology

Sport Psychology focusses on the mind-body relationship and the influence on the athlete’s thoughts, behaviors and emotions. Sports psychologists help athletes cope with the intense pressure that comes from competition, often providing the tools necessary for the individual, group or team to reach peak levels of performance.


Fearlessness is not the absence of fear, but the bravery to continue forward anyway!


I never thought of the possibility of failing, only the glory when I won. I could see it! I could almost feel it! When I proclaimed that I was the greatest of all time, I believed in myself and still do.

- Muhammad Ali -


Someone who has resolve is determined to accomplish a goal, having a specific purpose in mind; unwavering in their efforts against all odds, focussed on just one thing; success!


There is no elevator to success. You have to take the stairs.

- Zig Ziglar -


Passion Matters!!!


Before anything

else, preparation is the

key to success.

- Alexander Graham Bell -


A tenacious person sets a goal so difficult and unlikely to be reached, yet still finds a way to work until the goal IS achieved!

90% Of The Training Process Is Physical

Research has shown that when training for sports competition, we typically spend close to 90% of our efforts on the physical side of the sport (i.e. batting practice), with just 10% of our focus addressing our mental needs. However, many believe that in reality, it should be just the opposite. While the physical aspect of training works to enhance the skills needed to perform at the highest levels, the absence of the mental side of training will limit just how far the athlete can and will go.

10% Of The Training Process Is Mental

Having the correct mental approach is a necessary key for an athlete’s pursuit of high levels of achievement. Given the extraordinarily difficult path athlete's face against other highly skilled competitors with similar goals and dreams, even the most physically gifted athletes level of success will be limited by a weak mental game.  Those athletes who are better equipped to differentiate themselves from others via a mentally tough mindset are those who are more likely to withstand the rigors and demands of competing and succeeding under the most pressurized, competitive challenges.

Professional sports psychologists often help athletes cope with the intense pressure that comes from competition and help them to overcome problems with focus and motivation. They work with athletes to improve the athlete’s performance and recover from injuries. In addition to the athlete (or team), sports psychologists also provide training to artists, teachers, and corporate executives, in an effort to help them reach their own professional goals in life. (APA)