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Select Performance Consulting Experiences

In my previous post, I have highlighted that coaches – interested in optimising their athletes’ performance – ought to consider the interaction of the person, task and setting when determining instructional and practice strategies for a given situation. This week, I wish to share professional experiences from working with performers at different levels in their […]

Key Factors to Peak Performance

A former colleague of mine once said: “The craft of sport psychology is about determining which skills and strategies make sense for a particular athlete in a given moment of time” (Joe Whitney, 2011). Coaches interested in optimising their athletes’ performance might likewise consider matching their coaching strategies to certain key factors. Important ones to […]