Getting ready for your next marathon or half marathon? Add a little MAGIC to your preparation and race day using these mental strategies so that you'll enjoy the course, feel ready to handle challenges that may come up, and be proud of yourself for going the distance.
What if you could create goals that actually stick? Imagine how fulfilled you would be this year. Check out how to use WOOP, a four-step strategy to ground you in reality, and connect your goals, obstacles, and plans so you can create positive outcomes for yourself in your sport and beyond.
Most parents or caregivers have the best intentions for supporting their teen athlete, but are you offering support in a way that helps your son or daughter enjoy their sport and want to stay in it? Learn how to communicate about three parts of the sports experience to offer appropriate support: choices, emotions, and learning.
Competing as an older athlete comes with a unique set of opportunities and challenges. If you are a master's athlete preparing to lace up for upcoming races or meets, here are a few mental strategies to help you set and achieve meaningful goals.
We often talk to parents who need someone to help their child with the mental game, but they don't know where to begin or what questions to ask. Here's what parents should know about sport psychology and mental skills training.
Your goal matters. Make it a reality by creating a vivid, detailed image in your mind, considering your motivation, setting up milestones using backwards planning, checking your mindset, and constantly reminding yourself of your goal.