Posts Tagged ‘sports psychology’

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Coach’s Desk: The Lost Art of the Training Diary

  

Getting consistent feedback from your athletes is an important part of the training process—here are some tips on how to convince them to do it more regularly.


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How to Improve an Athlete’s Racing Attitude and Expectations

  

These eight tactics will help you get your athlete’s race day plan and expectations in order before their next event.


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Avoiding Mental Sabotage Part 4: How to Channel Pre-Race Anxiety

  

Learn whether you’re dealing with constructive pre-race jitters or performance crushing pre-race anxiety—and discover how you can channel those nerves into focus and drive.


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The 6 Markers of Exercise Addiction

  

These six questions can help identify whether or not you might be suffering from an exercise addiction and/or a disordered eating pattern that could be affecting your performance—and your long-term health.


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Coach’s Desk: How to Deal With Competition Amongst Your Athletes

  

In this month’s edition of coach’s desk we asked several top coaches how they encourage—or discourage—competition between their athletes.


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Is It Time To Break-Up With Your Athlete?

  

The coach/athlete relationship is a special one, but a finite one nonetheless. These warning signs are indicators that it is time to either recommit to your athlete, or allow them to move on.


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Announcing a New Endurance Athlete and Coach Study

  

Help us support the growth of endurance sport and the endurance coaching industry by participating in this survey and be entered to win a Garmin Fenix 5 or Garmin Edge 820.


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Avoiding Mental Sabotage Part 3: How to Fuel Your Confidence

  

In our continuing series on race-day mental skills, we discuss the importance of proactive confidence, which you can build by asking yourself these six pre-race questions.


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How to Assess Your Coaching Values to Get The Most Out of Your Athletes

  

Whether you are just growing your business or feeling overwhelmed by client expectations, by first assessing your own coaching values and priorities you can better serve the needs of your athletes.


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Coach’s Desk: How to Monitor Your Athletes’ Recovery

  

In this month’s edition of coach’s desk we asked several top coaches how they monitor their athletes recovery and how they communicate just how important it is to their goals and overall health.


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