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Alter Ego

Develop an Alter Ego The alter ego approach in sport psychology is a technique used by athletes to enhance their performance by creating a separate persona or identity. This approach involves the athlete creating a distinct personality that is separate from their everyday self, and they adopt this persona when they are competing or training. […]

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Flow State

Flow State Being in the zone, sometimes referred to as flow state in sports psychology, is a state of extreme concentration and focus in which all outside factors appear to be blocked out and a personÔÇÖs performance is heightened. It is believed that athletes are more creative and productive in this mental state, allowing them

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Overtraining Syndrome

Overtraining Syndrome Overtraining Syndrome: Understanding the Effects of Functional Overreaching (FOR), Nonfunctional Overreaching (NFOR), and Overtraining Syndrome (OTS). Overtraining syndrome (OTS) is a physical and psychological condition caused by excessive training, typically in the form of intense exercise. OTS may be a result of both functional overreaching (FOR) and nonfunctional overreaching (NFOR). This article will

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Sports Psychology Interventions: Enhancing the Performance of Athletes Sport Psychology Interventions

Sports Psychology Interventions: Enhancing the Performance of Athletes Sport Psychology Interventions In recent years, sport psychology interventions have become increasingly popular amongst athletes, with the aim of improving performance in a range of different sports. This review aims to discuss the evidence for the use of various sport psychology interventions and to provide an overview of

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