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...features Dr. John Heil. Dr. John Heil is a sport psychologist and clinical psychologist with Psychological Health Roanoke and with Swim Sport Psychology. Dr. Heil is the author of the...

...am also an assistant professor in both pediatrics and psychology at the University of Cincinnati. I earned my BS in Exercise and Sports Science at the University of Wisconsin –...

...This theory borrowed the effective parts of earlier motor learning and psychology theories and built upon them with knowledge about motor control and leaning processes. Schmidt's Schema theory does not...

...Motor control and Psychology are the main determinant factors There are available several straightforward and quick testing procedures for a coach monitor these determinant factors. Lately, we've posted articles on...

...Each week we aggregate recent swimming journals and blog posts relating to swimming biomechanics, physiology, nutrition, psychology, etc. If you wish to add, please add an article to the...

...exercise psychology at the University of Copenhagen. Besides doing research on psychological aspects of elite sports I worked as an applied sport psychologist for many years. I am Vice President...

..."what they did" or "what others say". This atrocity only hinders acute performance. Psychology As many swimmers hope for stroke biomechanical adjustments during a lesson, sometimes only "traditional coaching" is...

...in the coaching scope-of-practice (posture, breathing patterns, psychology, environment), coaches can do several things to become part of a solution, especially when a solution appears elusive. There’s no definite evidence...

...the most marketing and labels screaming their health benefits are likely the degrading your health! I mean, when the last time you saw a healthy label on a vegetable was!...

...what's common in sport psychology is we all want to believe the way to motivate everyone is the same way. But I'm here to testify, John, it's not (Silva 2011)....

   
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