Psychology and Sports

"Make sure your worst enemy doesn't live between your own ears." -Laird Hamilton

Psychological factors often end up being decisive in the sports outcome or even in building an athlete's successful path.

This is why the sport psychologist is so important. In addition to investigating how participation in sports can improve health and well-being, these professionals help high-performance athletes use psychology to improve their athletic performance and mental well-being.

The challenges faced in an athlete's career are diverse. Topics commonly covered include: focus of attention, mental toughness, visualization, goal setting, motivation, team building, anxiety, and rehabilitation.

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