Archive for the ‘Sports Psychology/Mental Toughness’ Category

Apart from the internal focus in this demo, I also don’t like the short grip–which is great for twirling but not for power with accuracy at a long distance.

Advertisements

Squat jump is both an exercise for improving jumping ability and a test of it. You can see it used as a test in a contest between a dancer and a weightlifter in the video posted at stadion.com/confidence-and-jumping-ability-dancer-vs-weightlifter/ After viewing the video answer this question: What instructions would you give the dancer so that she […]


“Your Self-Confidence and Your Performance,” by prof. Artur Poczwardowski is posted at http://www.stadion.com/sports-psychology/. This four-part article explains what self-confidence is, what can happen if you are over-confident or not confident enough, and how to develop, maintain, and in the case of an athlete who lost self-confidence, how to restore it to an optimal level. The […]


This tip continues the subject of tip number 54. In that tip a movie shows self-defense without weapons and with weapons, as well as conditioning drills for self-defense.