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How cops can maximize performance by integrating mental and physical training

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Functional conditioning is training that not only maximizes physical performance, but does so with skills that mimic and can be applied in actual tactical situations

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Journal of Applied Sport Psychology - Volume 28, Issue 1

Journal of Applied Sport Psychology - Volume 28, Issue 1 | Sports, Psychology, Weights and things in between: Jenkins, C. | Scoop.it

The Relationships Between Athletes’ Perceptions of Coach-Created Motivational Climate, Self-Talk, and Self-Efficacy in Youth Soccer Nikos Zourbanos, Adisa Haznadar, Athanasios Papaioannou, Yannis Tzioumakis, [...]...

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Sports Psychology Videos | Sports Psychology Today

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Why Sport Psychology Deserves More Respect In The Sports Community | Sports Psychology Today - Sports Psyhology

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As the limits of physical conditioning and technique are reached, it will be both natural and necessary to leverage all that sport psychology has to offer
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Sport and Exercise

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Regular physical activity and participation in sports are good for your body, reducing the risk that you’ll develop high blood pressure, heart disease, colon cancer and diabetes. Sport psychologists can help you overcome problems, enhance your performance and achieve your goals.
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Sport psychologists help professional and amateur athletes

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Sport psychologists can help you overcome problems, enhance your performance and achieve your goals.
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An Olympic State of Mind: Q&A with US Olympic Team Sports Psychologist Karen Cogan - The Psych Report

An Olympic State of Mind: Q&A with US Olympic Team Sports Psychologist Karen Cogan - The Psych Report | Sports, Psychology, Weights and things in between: Jenkins, C. | Scoop.it
Olympic athletes are masters of preparation. Most of us are aware of the years of physical training the athletes endure to compete at the highest level. But there’s a significant mental aspect to their preparation as well. Imagine if your entire life’s work lead up to a single event that lasted a matter of moments …
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Young athletes turn to sports psychology

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Acompetitive gymnast for most of her life, Heather Benjamin has traveled the country and won her share of awards. But last year she developed a fear of jumping from one bar to the other in the uneven bars event.

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You can't see the rolling weights hidden in ActivMotion Bars, but you'll feel them - Washington Post

You can't see the rolling weights hidden in ActivMotion Bars, but you'll feel them - Washington Post | Sports, Psychology, Weights and things in between: Jenkins, C. | Scoop.it
ActivMotion Bars look like other weighted bars, but they’re filled with steel balls that roll to the side if they’re not held steady. If you hear them start to move, you’re about to be thrown out of whack.
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Supreme Court weights free speech and social media - WWMT-TV

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(NEWSCHANNEL 3) – The nation’s highest court is tackling free speech and social media.
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The Science of Improving Your Performance at Almost Anything

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Avoid multi-tasking and rather work in chunks

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How does one "avoid" multitasking....

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6 reasons to eat more squash | Nutrition | Eat Well | Best Health

6 reasons to eat more squash | Nutrition | Eat Well | Best Health | Sports, Psychology, Weights and things in between: Jenkins, C. | Scoop.it
6 reasons to eat more squash, Nutrition, Eat Well, Diet & Nutrition, Nutrition, Eat Well, Winter squash and pumpkin add nutritious colour to any autumn meal—and they can even help curb the growth of cancer cells (SQUASH!

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Sport Psychology for Elite Fitness: Periodization, Burnout ...

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... coaches individuals, athletes and teams. Dawn has experience and education in CrossFit, Strength & Conditioning, Personal Training and she specializes in the Mental Aspect of Performance. Sport Psychology for Elite Fitness.

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Switching sports: Jana Pittman's psychological hurdles

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Jana Pittman has always been fast on the athletics track, but now she has the opportunity to display not only her speed, but her strength and versatility, when she becomes “the muscle at the back” of a…
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Sport Psychology Research Methods: Qualitative vs Quantitative | Sports Psychology Today - Sports Psyhology

Sport Psychology Research Methods: Qualitative vs Quantitative | Sports Psychology Today - Sports Psyhology | Sports, Psychology, Weights and things in between: Jenkins, C. | Scoop.it
Qualitative and quantitative research methods are the most commonly used psychological research approaches in sport psychology. Each has a unique purpose with
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Focusing Through Environmental Stressors | Sports Psychology Today - Sports Psyhology

Focusing Through Environmental Stressors | Sports Psychology Today - Sports Psyhology | Sports, Psychology, Weights and things in between: Jenkins, C. | Scoop.it
Control your environment, do not let your environment control you. It is that easy, remember to set good boundaries in as many areas as you need help with.
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Five Fun Tips on How to Train the Mind | Sports Psychology Today - Sports Psyhology

Five Fun Tips on How to Train the Mind | Sports Psychology Today - Sports Psyhology | Sports, Psychology, Weights and things in between: Jenkins, C. | Scoop.it
One of the most important things in life is to keep your mind pro-active and healthy, as you are constantly using it. Here are a few top ways to ensure you are
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Sports Psychologists Extend Their Counseling to Athletes' Coaches and Families

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Mental trainers reach further to create the ideal environment for victory
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Sports psychology deeply ingrained in Stanford’s Athletic Department

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With three seconds remaining in regulation and the score tied at 38, then-sophomore kicker Jordan Wi...
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Sports psychology enhances student-athlete experience | Virginia Tech News | Virginia Tech

Sports psychology enhances student-athlete experience | Virginia Tech News | Virginia Tech | Sports, Psychology, Weights and things in between: Jenkins, C. | Scoop.it
Virginia Tech student-athletes benefit from sports psychology program
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Whickham personal trainer sheds the pounds and gains confidence to enter ... - ChronicleLive

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Christina Francotte is also joined by Miss England hopefuls Lauren Crane from Cramlington and Sharmaine Ngunga from Stockton
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Boston's 'Best Personal Trainer' on How to Stay Healthy Over the Holidays - Boston.com

Boston's 'Best Personal Trainer' on How to Stay Healthy Over the Holidays - Boston.com | Sports, Psychology, Weights and things in between: Jenkins, C. | Scoop.it
It’s hard to find time to work out and stay in shape over the holidays. Boston.com spoke with Boston’s ‘Best Personal Trainer,’ Julie Erickson, on how to stay healthy throughout the season.
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fitness in a flash - Queerty

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What should you look for in a personal trainer? A hot body. The end. Just kidding!
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Should the Govt fund Team NZ's 2017 America's Cup bid? - New Zealand Herald

Should the Govt fund Team NZ's 2017 America's Cup bid? - New Zealand Herald | Sports, Psychology, Weights and things in between: Jenkins, C. | Scoop.it
Team NZ appears set to receive funding from the Government again - according to unconfirmed sources.

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College Coaches Need Schooling on Ethics

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Today's topic? The rampant insincerity among college football and basketball coaches. Well, that, along with why fans and players should consider dangling these folks over the edge of either the stadium or arena on campus by their toes.


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Mz Mississippi's curator insight, September 6, 2013 9:07 PM

Why should college coaches be exposed?  Why not expose all coaches that are doing wrong?

Renee Seruntine's curator insight, May 14, 2014 4:02 PM

this article is about how college coaches need to work on their ethical values.