The whole area of Sports Psychology and mental health are gaining exponential traction, but it’s surprising at how little is still understood about what Psychology applied to sport is. This very thing is addressed in the interview below with Mental Performance Coach Richard Dean.
Richard is a London-based practitioner and Senior Associate of the Royal Society of Medicine. He’s been a
When you have won as many premier awards in a career as Usain Bolt it feels like retirement must be a double edged sword. Bolt retired when he was on top. He was still the king of the sprinters, still the fastest man in the world.
Retirement in a situation like that preserves a legacy. It allows Bolt to be looked
For most players baseball courses through their veins. It’s more than a game - baseball is a way of life. This statement rings true for all players, from the premier players of the big leagues, to the little leaguers down the street. Preparation is an integral part of the game, both before you arrive at the field and after, and
When you think of great baseball players in the post-WWII era there are many names that spring to mind. One of those is Ichiro Suzuki. The Japanese great announced his retirement from Major League Baseball on Thursday night in Japan, ending a career that was legendary in status on both sides of the Pacific Ocean.
Ichiro went out on his own