Tag Archives: Exercise Psychology

Children with disabilities and the role of exercise in their life

Through several articles in this blog, I have tried to support the importance of physical activity and exercise in our life. More specifically, in one of my previous articles I tried to show the enormous impact of electronic smart devices … Continue reading

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Friends or foes? The coach-athlete relationship

Have you ever heard of Bob Bowman? Bowman is famous for having coached Michael Phelps since he was 11 years old. Under his coach, Phelps has won numerous titles and medals and became the most decorated Olympian swimmer of all … Continue reading

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Want to endure more when running? Paying attention to what you are paying attention may be the key

We all have been there, whether you are an athlete in great shape or someone who is trying to lead a more active lifestyle and started exercising. I’m talking about that feeling of “I’m done”. I’m talking about that point … Continue reading

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Introduction to Sport Psychology. Lesson 3: This is a quick fix, right?

Welcome to the third and final post of our introductory course to Sport Psychology. On our first article of this series, we discussed the idea that Sport Psychology it’s only for crazy people. In that blog post we commented on … Continue reading

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“Mind over matter?” – Psychological factors in athletic injuries

Physical activity and sports are essential for keeping fit and being healthy, everyone knows that. However, exercising and participating in organized sports also carries a risk of getting injured. In the United States it is estimated that 3 to 5 … Continue reading

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