sports psychology

Actively limit the amount of jive turkeys that you allow into your process of self-improvement. Change starts with you.
These techniques can provide an effective way for people to make big life changes and can be used by coaches and athletes alike.
These two endeavors come down to the exact same working principles - hard work, discipline, determination, and focus on a long-term goal.
When we feel discomfort our immediate instinct is often to run in the other direction. Do that, and you'll never grow.
Man is wolf to man, and violence results. What can we learn from it?
Money makes you happier - but according to science, only to a certain point. Is exercise the same? Is there a a perfect amount that creates happiness?
Personal trainers may not need to run into burning buildings or work in a combat zone, but working with clients requires a certain kind of courage.
It's the CrossFit New Year. Here's how to stop dreaming about being better and start doing it every day.
Teach children weightlifting while they are in their early fearless stage and you will watch them become quickly accustomed to the lifts.
The social psychologist in me always wants to point out that context is really what makes people work as a team versus stab each other in the back.
This week's picks are all about the valuable lessons learned by athletes and coaches. And thank goodness they're sharing with us.
For years I always thought wanting to do more and move forward was always a good thing. But on the inside, I was pushing myself down.
In this inaugural episode of our radio show, we discuss BJJ, the learning process, taking risks, and living your passions.
Exercise is healthy. But sometimes our approach to it is not. Our mentality when we walk into the gym can do more damage than junk food ever could.
Is there such a thing of too much exercise? And if so, what are the signs that you are taking it too far? Check this list.
"Your time is limited, so don't waste it living someone else's life.”
Your joints are achier, muscles tighter, and injuries more frequent. The thought creeps into your mind, "It's not that I can't, but should I?"