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BREXIT Part 2 – What the HELL happened England

Borris Johnson forged ahead with his assertion that it was best for Great Britain to be out of Europe, Little did he realise that […]

Written by Keith Begley 4 minute read

The Success of Leicester City FC

So we are all delighted and enthralled with the monumental achievement of Leicester City upsetting the odds and winning the premier league only 2 […]

Written by Keith Begley 4 minute read

1 Day Masterclass in Applied Sport Psychology ‘Conducting Telephone & Skype Consultancy with Athletes’

A Masterclass in Applied Sport Psychology  ‘Conducting Telephone Consultancy with Athletes’  BOOKING DETAILS  Masterclass; Due to the workshop format places are limited to 30 people. […]

Written by BelievePerform 3 minute read

Why Spieth Lost the Masters

Jordan Spieth threw away a 5 shot lead at the Augusta Masters golf tournament 2016 having dominated the competition until the last day. Walking […]

Written by Keith Begley 2 minute read

Choking: The Case of Jana Novotna: “One of the most famous collapses in sport”

In 1993, Jana Novotna played Steffi Graf in the 1993 Wimbledon women’s tennis final. Novotna was in a strong position; she led the match […]

Written by Helen Davis 4 minute read

Maintaining Motivation for Exercise: New Year, New You?

Now 2016 is fully upon us, many of us will have noticed an increase in the amount of people in your local gym. A […]

Written by Sarah Griffiths 4 minute read

How Jose Mourinho Lost His Amazing Techni-colour Dream Coat

Jose Mourinho sat with an unshaven beard and shaved head at the club’s Cobham training ground for the club’s annual Christmas meal just hours […]

Written by Keith Begley 4 minute read

A Masterclass workshop in Applied Sport Psychology

Conducting Telephone Consultancy  with Athletes Presenters: Dr. Brian Hemmings with Dr. Jonathan Katz & Peggy King, Voice Coach Masterclass; Due to the workshop format places are limited […]

Written by BelievePerform 2 minute read

Stephen Finn: How has self-belief influenced his bowling successes in The 2015 Ashes series?

Self-belief can be conceptualised as a positive frame of mind within an individual or team, which gives them the opportunity to pursue their targets […]

Written by Henry Breck 3 minute read

What are the benefits of sports psychology?

As someone who works within the field of psychology I am often asked the questions “What can sport psychology do for my performance?, What […]

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Le Tour de France 2015: Combating spectator hostility

There are very few sports other than road cycling, where fans and spectators can experience the sport so close to the elite athletes. This […]

Written by Catherine Robertson 5 minute read

Meditation in Sport

Within your life how often do you find time to relax and reflect? In today’s society we often lead lives where we are working […]

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Rethinking Obesity

Four decades after the beginning of the global obesity epidemic, awareness of the threat of obesity to the population’s health and well-being can be […]

Written by Nicole Wiggins 2 minute read

How will self talk influence tennis players competing at Wimbledon?

With the Wimbledon tennis championship fast approaching, there will be a number of the worlds best tennis players preparing physically and mentally for the […]

Written by BelievePerform 2 minute read

How do you stop the All Blacks?

Rugby union is a game which is easily won, you put a physical person in a physical position. At the international stage there is […]

Written by PRE PERFORM 2 minute read

6 Steps to developing Confident Athletes Online Course

Learn 6 basic sport psychology steps to help you to increase the confidence of your players and athletes About the course This course is […]

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Thyroid medication across athletes: understanding the cause for concern

There has recently been a lot of speculation regarding the use of medication for treating thyroid problems across the athletic population. It therefore seems […]

Written by Sarah Griffiths 3 minute read

Sport Injury Response Survey

If you are over 18 years old and have experienced a sport injury then please take a moment to complete the survey below. Just […]

Written by BelievePerform 1 minute read

The psychology of fitness trackers

Google the words fitness trackers and you will see a number of different equipment pop up into your browser. You have options to choose […]

Written by BelievePerform 3 minute read

Premier League Relegation Pressure

With 37 games played, the last match of the English Premier League (EPL) season on Sunday 24th May will see heroes and villains forged. […]

Written by Mark Brodie 2 minute read