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by Jeffrey Hodges
Author: Jeffrey Hodges
Publisher: Sportsmind Institute for Human Performance Research (1999)
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Jeffrey Hodges and Sportsmind helped me hone my inner skills. Mental training is the key, and one that is too often underestimated. The Sportsmind program and the Coaching Excellence Conferences are revolutionary in mental training and will, without question, significantly improve performance in any sport.
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Mental Muscle Training. Sport & Performance Psychology. Mental toughness is the ability to consistently perform at your best in any situation. No matter what your skill level or talent, any athlete can learn to be mentally tough. Any athlete can use mental toughness to maximize their potential and get an advantage over their competitors. The mentally tough athletes are the ones who get the ball when big plays need to be made, the one the team looks to lead them in tough situations, the ones who play consistently at their best in any situation no matter what is happening around them.
book by Jeffrey D. ISBN13:9780959012453. Release Date:January 1999.
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A rare use of distractibility and emotional control (T1) predicted a higher level of satisfaction with individual performance (T3).
Athletes use mental strategies for improving performance, increasing enjoyment or achieving a higher sport and physical activity satisfaction ( Weinberg and Gould, 2007). The term 'psychological strategies' may be defined as specific actions applied to achieve the enhancement of psychological skills by using one or more psychological techniques ( Birrer and Morgan, 2010). A rare use of distractibility and emotional control (T1) predicted a higher level of satisfaction with individual performance (T3). No predictive role of other psychological strategies was found.
Sportsmind : an athlete’s guide to superperformance through mental and emotional training, ISBN: 0959012435. Hodges, Jeffrey . GV706. NEAR EAST UNIVERSITY GRAND LIBRARY +90 (392) 223 64 64 Ext:5536. Near East Boulevard, Nicosia, TRNC This software is developed by NEU Library and it is based on Koha OSS conforms to MARC21 library data transfer rules.