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Sports Psychology – Deliberate Practice - Sports Psychology – The Sport In Mind

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Stretching The Benefits: How to Stretch Properly

Stretching The Benefits: How to Stretch Properly | PE resources | Scoop.it
 
Stretching comes naturally to all of us. When you first get out of bed or after you’ve been sitting for a long time, you stretch without even consciously deciding to do so.
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Anxiety in golf

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The effect of anxiety as a weakness of golf putting performance
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Anxiety is an unpleasant motivational state (Lundqvist et al.
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Common Misconceptions about Mindset, Rigor, and Grit - MiddleWeb

Common Misconceptions about Mindset, Rigor, and Grit - MiddleWeb | PE resources | Scoop.it
I am a full-time teacher with a passion for (and degree in) educational psychology. This means that I am a rabid consumer of research on teaching. However, after spending a couple of successful decades working with students, I am that teacher who greets each “new” idea that is spawned with both curiosity and a healthy dose of skepticism.

Among the educational ideas that have gained momentum in recent years are the concepts of Mindset, Rigor, and Grit. While all of these ideas may have merit, as with all shiny new objects that attract our attention we need to proceed with caution and think about whether and why these concepts fit into our personal pedagogy.

Being willing to implement the hot new thing is admirable, but not if it is done feet first with our eyes closed.

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How Does Practice Hardwire Long-Term Muscle Memory?

How Does Practice Hardwire Long-Term Muscle Memory? | PE resources | Scoop.it
Neuroscientists have pinpointed a new mechanism behind long-term motor memory.

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ToKTutor's curator insight, March 29, 4:55 AM

Title 2: Practise makes perfect: new model of brain replaces old to help explain formation of motor memory.

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Sports Psychology – Psychological effect of injuries - Sports Psychology – The Sport In Mind

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How two minutes of mindfulness can calm a class and boost attainment

How two minutes of mindfulness can calm a class and boost attainment | PE resources | Scoop.it
Mindfulness helps students cope with academic stress and the pressures of life outside the school gates. Matthew Jenkin examines the benefits of silent reflection in education
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6 Ways to Outsmart and Outlast Your Opponents

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World-class athletes know how to get the competitive edge come game day—we've tapped into a few of their secrets

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The future of PE: 'I worry it is getting less physical'

Theory, technology and talent – PE teachers discuss how school sports will shape up in 2025
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GCSE PE Revision Podcasts

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A collection of GCSE PE revision podcasts from the PE4Learning network. GCSE PE Podcast Collection from MissMo @BridgMaryPE
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Flow - Playing in the Zone - Sports Psychology - The Sport In Mind - Sports Psychology – The Sport In Mind

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Combining the use of TGfU and Questioning to Improve Decision Making Skills in Soccer Players

Combining the use of TGfU and Questioning to Improve Decision Making Skills in Soccer Players | PE resources | Scoop.it
The use of Heuristic Practices and specifically Teaching Games for Understanding (TGFU) within learning environments has been an ever increasing methodology applied by teachers and coaches for over 20 years.
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Victoria Pendleton calls for changes in PE lessons for girls - BBC Sport

Victoria Pendleton calls for changes in PE lessons for girls - BBC Sport | PE resources | Scoop.it
Less cross-country in "knickers and polo shirt" and better facilities would improve PE for girls, says Victoria Pendleton.
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Mind games; sports psychology to improve performance

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“Baseball legend Yogi Berra famously said; 99% of the game is 50% mental.Meaning physical talent is only part of the picture when it comes to success in sports.A strong and calm mind is also essenti...”


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How to Deal with Anger

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Anger is an emotion everyone feels. Despite what some people think, it’s normal, okay and healthy to get angry. Unfortunately, too many people see anger as a feeling that is supposed to be avoided.
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Twins pitcher May embracing growing trend of mental practices

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By now we can safely accept the importance of mental performance in our athletes, but practices such as mediation are still somewhat taboo.

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Many winners and champions have caught on to the practice of sports psychology and mindfulness.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Schoolgirls abandon outdoor sports because 'it's really cold'

Schoolgirls abandon outdoor sports because 'it's really cold' | PE resources | Scoop.it
A new report looking into why young girls drop out of sports has found they don't like the cold and face negative stereotypes from boys who think they can't play football
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What does success look like in Physical Education? @ImSporticus

What does success look like in Physical Education? @ImSporticus | PE resources | Scoop.it
What does success look like in Physical Education? by @ImSporticus Perhaps why there are misconceptions about Physical Education is because we can’t universally agree on what success looks like in our subject.
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Cohesion and the factors which influence it

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Cohesion is a term that is identifiable in every aspect of sport whether it is team or individual activity, but is it always a positive thing?
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