The Coach-Athlete Relationship

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Maintaining a "Winning" Focus Is Not the Way to Win

Performance, in any discipline, requires engagement. When we shift attention from the task at hand to something that may, or may not, happen in the future (winning/losing and the potential repercussions), we undermine our ability to perform in the moment. Read More

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Warrick Wood is a lecturer of sport psychology at Massey University. He is currently teaching applied sport psychology and working towards his Ph.D.

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