Applying Anthony Robbins Approach to Sports Psychology Do you feel stuck in your athletic career? Are you not seeing the results you expected to see? Many athletes who are disappointed in their performances don't understand why. These athletes may seek out the advice from others in their sport, such as coaches, older athletes, or private … [Read more...] about Anthony Robbins, Sports Psychology, and Peak Performance
The Secret to Success in Sports Do you believe that you will perform twice as good if you trained twice as long? The “more is better” mentality is thrust upon young athletes at a very early age. Parents and coaches try to get to get kids to specialize in one sport at early ages. Parents feel they need to get their child going in a sport … [Read more...] about Mental Training: How To Avoid Burnout
Do You Place High Expectations On Your Young Athletes? In "Mental Training Sessions with Doc," Dr. Patrick Cohn answers your sports psychology and mental training questions about sports parents who pressure their kids. Visit Peaksports.com and click on contact us to submit your question for Dr. Cohn to answer in his mental game videocast or … [Read more...] about Sports Parents Who Pressure Their Kids
Superstitions In Sports Do you have to wear the same lucky jersey or shirt every game? Do you have to eat a certain meal before you perform? Many athletes have superstitions they must adhere to--as if their performance would crumble without them... Superstitions in sports are based only on past luck. If something worked in the past before … [Read more...] about Do You Have Bizarre Pregame Superstitions?
How To Have Effortless Speed in Races New this week, I'm introducing a video series called "Mindset for Sports: Case Studies in Sports Psychology." In this sports psychology case study series, you'll learn about the challenges and mental training solutions of real life athletes I've worked with to improve their mental game (the names have been … [Read more...] about Case Studies In Sports Psychology