Psychological skills can help you perform better
Using sport psychology to perform faster?
- a) Get an accurate assessment of performance at baseline.
b) Learn how to use psychological skills.
c) Re-test whether you have improved.
d) Reflect on whether the intervention worked or not? Was it your beliefs that made it work?
What mindset do I need if I want to go faster? Should I just work harder in training? How do I train
smarter? Andy Lane offers
Keep finding a winning edge
Andy Lane examines psychological states associated with ageing and offers practical suggestions
on how to keep achieving
How can I perform consistently well under pressure
We explain strategies to use to train to perform consistently under pressure.
Sports equipment: how Zero Drop Boots can improve performance
Athletes value technology and coaches can build upon this by demonstrating how it can be used
effectively to enhance performance
Cycling training: how to approach multi stage cycling events
The physiological and psychological demands of riding in a cycling tour
Game, set, and match - developing resilient self-confidence in tennis
Professor Andy Lane looks at the mental qualities needed to be an elite tennis player, and offers
practical suggestions on how tennis players can improve
their mental game
Sports Psychology - Eating behaviours: New Ways to Develop and Assess an Athlete's Diet
Endurance Training and Mental Toughness for Long Distance Swimming.
Systematic endurance training strategies are presented to help long-distance and open-water
swimmers to develop physical and mental toughness, set goals and manage their emotions.
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