Mind Games – Sports Psychology

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Mind Games - Sports Psychology


  Last updated December 14, 2017 at 10:17 am


Sports is all in the mind, even though it’s all about the body. How do elite athletes, like Wheelchair Athletics Paralympic gold medalist David Weir and Gymnastics Olympic bronze medalist Beth Tweddle cope with mental stresses and setbacks? And how do their coaches and support team, like strength and conditioning expert Stuart Pickering, performance scientist Tess Morris, and director of sport for the British Olympic team Sir Clive Woodward, contribute?

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