Advertisement
// Tag: Injuries

The Psychological Effects of Sports Injuries and why these Effects are heightened in Elite Young Athletes

Posted 5 months ago Alex Freemantle 3 minute read comments

The operationalised definition of sports injury differs within the existing sport psychology literature often owing to the differing severities and durations of injury (Nicholl […]

Read more...

The role of imagery in the rehabilitation setting

Posted 2 years ago Sidd Sampla 2 minute read comments

Imagery is the ability to use all the senses to create or recreate an experience in the mind. Thus, imagery is a sensory experience […]

Read more...

Identify your fear of re-injury and overcome it!

Posted 3 years ago Leah Moore 3 minute read comment

Unfortunately injury is a common threat when it comes to both elite and non-elite sport. How we cope with it may determine our path […]

Read more...

Stretching: When is it effective?

Posted 3 years ago Juliano Pereira 4 minute read comment

Stretching has long been standard practice in sport. Advocates of stretching claim that it helps reduce injury, improve performance, and aid recovery. However, a […]

Read more...

Would you encourage your children into the world of competitive athletics?

Posted 4 years ago Sarah Griffiths 3 minute read comment

Not so long ago I was asked by a friend of mine, who is an athlete as well as me and has been for […]

Read more...

The rise and many ‘Falls’ of Ashley Young

Posted 4 years ago Chris Knight 3 minute read comments

Confidence is such a key component of successful performance in sport and a player’s loss of confidence can brutally be laid bare in the […]

Read more...

Injury, rehabilitation and psychology

Posted 5 years ago Jack Marlow 3 minute read comments

Whether its recreational or professional, injury is a common occurrence at all levels of sport and exercise. Evidence has shown that physical factors such […]

Read more...

Injury and confidence

Posted 5 years ago James Bedford 3 minute read comments

With Injury comes a loss of confidence (Doran, 1984). Whilst low confidence can be a result of injury, it can also cause injury e.g. […]

Read more...
// The Sport In Mind
Advertisement
Buy Infographics!

Buy and download up to 300 infographics!

Buy infographics
Newsletter

Sign up as a rookie member to receive free guides, kitbags and news from The Performance Room

// Most Popular

Aggression in sport

Posted 5 years ago by BelievePerform

Leadership and the role of a leader in sports

Posted 4 years ago by Sidd Sampla

Anxiety within sport

Posted 5 years ago by Catherine McCanny

Extrinsic vs intrinsic motivation

Posted 4 years ago by James Barraclough

The influence of parents in youth sport

Posted 5 years ago by Mary Quinton

Goal Setting

Posted 5 years ago by David Harrison