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Youth Sport: More than Physical, Technical and Tactical development

Posted 2 months ago Rebecca Chidley 2 minute read comments

There are a lot of current discussions in elite sport around helping athletes to ‘thrive’ as people (not just athletes). Sport is a great […]


How Can We Train to Work on Concentration Levels in Sport?

Posted 2 years ago Kelly Bourne 3 minute read comments

For athletes, one key area which is important to them is improvement. They are always looking for something that poses as a weakness to […]


The 4 psychological C’s of performance

Posted 5 years ago Alexa Passingham 3 minute read comment

Sport is a complex equation; there are many components you have to try and combine in order to achieve optimal performance. The four C’s […]


Reaching Your Potential – An Optimum State of Mind

Posted 6 years ago Andrew Wood 3 minute read comment

When playing within a team sport having freedom and creativity are vital aspects of successful performance. This style can transform teams who are rigid […]


A realistic approach to developing focus and concentration

Posted 6 years ago Kyle McDonald 2 minute read comment

“Lack of direction, not lack of time, is the problem. We all have twenty-four hour days.” – Zig Ziglar This month I would like […]


Achieving optimal concentration

Posted 6 years ago Catherine McCanny 3 minute read comments

Further to my last article on “attention” I decided to come back to the more specific aspect of concentration. Despite it being one of […]

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