New research has recently uncovered that it’s much more effective to keep your hands on your knees than stand with hands on your head when recovering between sets.
Leadership: “Absolute identity with one’s cause is the first and great condition of successful leadership.” — Woodrow Wilson What is Leadership? Jeffrey Barrow defined leadership as “the behavioral process of influencing individuals and groups towards set goals”. As an athlete, that notion … Continued
Take the 1 Minute Quiz to Predict Your Fully NCAA Potential! Grit: “perseverance and passion for long-term goals.” — Angela Duckworth (the godmother of grit) Before we discuss how to build grit in ourselves, in our teammates, and in our children, … Continued
In two months, on May 19, 2013, the staff at EXACT will put their money where their mouth is, literally and physically, by competing in the Chicago Tough Mudder hardcore 10-12 mile obstacle courses designed by British Special Forces. The … Continued
Written by John R. Ellsworth, M.A., Sport Psychology Consultant & Mental Game Coach In the moment when the three foot putt is needed to close out a tournament, the golfer carefully adjusts his stroke only to miss by a few inches … Continued
Written by Mark Tobin, Ph.D., Principal A basketball team is one point behind as time expires. A player has been fouled with a one and one opportunity. Make both, the team wins. Miss the first, they lose. The player misses the … Continued
Part of the goal in working with athletes either as a sport psychology consultant or as a coach is to produce confident athletes.
iSoccer, a grassroots movement for player development, has teamed with EXACT Sports, the premier soccer camp organization in the country, to foster development of student soccer players, to improve their technical ability and to develop a standardized soccer assessment at their training camp.
This is Federer’s seventh Wimbledon title, sharing the record with Pete Sampras. While some might credit his win to experience or practice or fitness, it was his mental toughness that made the difference.
Successful athletes are those that are able to maintain confidence despite the negative thoughts and doubts that enter their minds.