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// Tag: Coaching psychology

An Insight into Your Coach’s Behaviour

Posted 2 months ago George Mitchell 3 minute read comments

In any sport, it is generally accepted that the performance of a coach influences the performance of their athlete/team. So, it is not only […]

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Preseason psychology for team sports

Posted 4 years ago Alexa Passingham 2 minute read comments

In sport there are four main components to performance; physical, technical, tactical and psychological. Ideally in preseason each aspect will be addressed and trained […]

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Creating a mastery-oriented performance climate – the role of a coach

Posted 5 years ago Frank Heggebo 3 minute read comments

Motivational theories assumes an individual as an intentional, goal-directed organism who operates in rational manners (Roberts, Treasure & Conroy, 2007).  An individual participating in […]

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Coaching clichés (part 1): Are they useful? Only if they’re truly heard.

Posted 5 years ago Dave Hurley 3 minute read comments

According to dictionary.com, a “cliché” is “a trite, stereotyped expression; a sentence or phrase, usually expressing a popular or common thought or idea, that […]

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