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Journal Entry“Sport psych” and military performance
What are sport psychology and performance psychology? What do they have to do with military performance? Find out here.
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Journal Entry Pascal source codeThe little things do add up!
It’s easy to get consumed with the end result. Breaking things down into the smaller pieces can help. Learn more about setting different kinds of goals and why the little things really matter.
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Journal EntryGot pain on your brain?
Pain is not just in your head, but your head plays a role. Holistic treatment that also addresses your mind may be your best bet in facing pain.
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Journal EntryGot pain on your brain?
Pain is not just in your head, but your head plays a role. Holistic treatment that also addresses your mind may be your best bet in facing pain.
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Journal Entry D source codeAnxious or excited?
Learning to transform anxiety into excitement helps you when performance matters. Learn how here!
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Journal Entry text/texmacsDo mindful people have good hearts?
New research suggests that highly mindful people also engage in healthy habits that protect them from heart disease.
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Journal EntryThe mind-body ABCs: Three steps to awareness
Learning to develop an awareness of your thoughts and how they interact with your emotions —for improved performance—may seem easy as ABC, but like other skills, it takes practice! Learn the ABCs of performance.
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Journal EntryWhat’s in the way of your optimal performance?
Learning mental skills can help you meet greater demands, which sets you up to feel more prepared. It can even set the stage for optimal mindset and peak performance!
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Journal Entry Troff documentMessed up? Own it.
Facing your mistakes can improve your interpersonal relationships and enhance performance. Learn more.
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Journal EntryUse your mind to strengthen both brain and body
Imagining how it feels to move can help you keep stronger brain connections and stronger muscles to recover faster from injury.
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