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// Tag: Reflection

Working in Youth Sport: Reflections of a Trainee Sport Psychologist

Posted 1 month ago Rebecca Chidley 2 minute read comments

Introduction As a Trainee Sport Psychologist, I have been offered many opportunities to work with young athletes at various stages of their personal development […]

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How can Reflective Practice be used within Sport?

Posted 2 years ago Luci Smith 3 minute read comment

Reflective Practice is “an improvement tool to produce a change in practice” (Knowles et al., 2006) and can be applied in a personal as […]

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Becoming a more confident performer

Posted 2 years ago Chris Lynch 4 minute read comment

Its the week of the big game, exam or even a job interview, you start to feel ‘butterflies’ in your stomach, you start to […]

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Managing Emotions – The Traffic Light Approach

Posted 2 years ago Gobinder Gill 1 minute read comments

This is a short and simple article on managing emotions. The key aim is to allow performers an opportunity to utilise a strategy to […]

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Coping strategies for sport parents

Posted 2 years ago Julie Blackwood 3 minute read comments

Let’s get off on the right foot. I am not a parent, but I know enough to recognise that it’s a tough job. And […]

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Reflection and goal setting

Posted 3 years ago Gobinder Gill 1 minute read comment

Performance can be broken down into many different aspects. These aspects are psychological, technical, physical, and nutritional. Performers alongside their coaches need to be mindful […]

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The role of reflective practice

Posted 4 years ago Thomas Buck 2 minute read comments

Reflective practice is – in its simplest term simply recalling memories, but more specifically it is recalling memories of your previous performances. This can […]

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How to effectively reflect on performance

Posted 4 years ago Adam Kelly 2 minute read comment

Reflection on performance plays an important role in athletic development and adherence to training programmes. Therefore our reflection needs to be accurate and informative for […]

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