Sports Are What I Do, They Are Not Who I Am
American professional soccer player talks about the journey to understand that her sport does not define her.
Avoid The Extremes: Keep Both Success And Failure In Perspective
Former Olympian speaks about in every situation, win or loss, there is always something to improve at.
Bad body language can be contagious among teammates, so address it immediately. Here's how a top coach does it
Northwestern Coach Chris Collins suggests that adapting to what your team needs will make you most successful.
NCAA Champion Gymnast, Lisa Mitzel speaks about her new book through sharing insight on mental training.
Supreme Confidence: When Process Translates Into Desired Results
Mental skills coach Graham Betchart says confidence based on external feedback is "shaky confidence."
Let Kids Learn Sports By Watching, Rather Than Detailed Explanations
Matt Kata talks about how kids watching professionals can sometimes be the best teacher.
Having A Disability Doesn't Change Who You Are, It Reveals Who You Are
Dan James talks about the fear disabled people have when first trying sports and the joy it leads to.
The Importance Of Positivity For Kids With Difficult Backgrounds
By teaching the fundamentals and structure in a positive way, Thomas notices that kids begin to thrive.
The Positive Effects Of Fist-Bumps And High-Fives
Dacher Keltner describes a less common way to fill teammates emotional tanks- fist-bumps, high-fives and hugs.
Hugh McCutcheon On Establishing Trust Within Teams
Hugh McCutcheon, two-time Olympic medalist volleyball coach, on how trust leads to player and team success
The Importance Of A Full Emotional Tank
Blog post from US Lacrosse on the value of coaches filling the emotional tanks of their athletes.