Success in the NFL and other sports consists of four core factors: physical prowess (e.g. Julius Peppers‘ power, Calvin Johnson’s quickness), technique (Drew Brees’ throwing precision), attitudinal disposition (Ray Lewis’ competitive intensity), and cognitive functioning (e.g. Aaron Rodgers‘ offensive vision and Ed Reed‘s defensive vision). At … Continued
This months reviewer, Dr. Randall Coeshott is a Sport Psychologist located in the San Francisco Bay area who teaches athletes how to achieve greater satisfaction out of their sport, health and life.
Building confidence in your athletes starts with preparation.
Welcome to the first edition of the Go Mental eJournal. As I’ve traversed the country speaking to coaches about their ongoing challenge of player development, it’s become clear that there is no accessible publication currently available that provides coaches with ongoing guidance on the psychological frontier. EXACT has built out a strong network of experts in the field, and it’s time to connect them with our vast network of coaches at all levels.
This article lists some of the important qualities to look for in a sports camp.
Doing nothing in the off-season can actually cause an athlete to regress from any previous training. This piece will help you stay competitive for next season.
It is apparent that there are some attributes that differentiate the world’s best athletes from everyone else. Having a great work ethic, unmatched mental toughness, a burning desire to win, and being a perfectionist are all keys in becoming an … Continued
Xavier Musketeers coach Andy Fleming talks about his elite College Soccer 101 camp.
Ohio Wesleyan’s head soccer coach Dr. Jay Martin shares how EXACT plays a role in his elite soccer camp.
In sports, be it baseball, basketball, soccer, hockey, lacrosse, even darts, one has to remember that each incident is independent of the other. In baseball, when the at-bat is over, it is in the past. Of course, it is necessary to learn from the mistakes, but the blown save cannot loom for the next time your manager or coach makes the call to the pen.