Feb 20, 2020
Have you ever considered the importance of motivation in your sport?
How does motivation affect your movement patterns?
As Mike says motivation is largely ignored by Sports Psychology
How does motivation affect the movement of each individual shot?
The brain is always trying to select and strive for a particular goal.
The goal creates a ‘gap’ in the mind
The need to develop your self awareness related to your goals
The lack of knowledge of yourself may well be the KEY that is holding you back
How instead of playing ‘one shot at a time’ we get to play ‘one goal at a time’
The importance of creating clear goals to allow your mind body connection to do its job
The importance of ACTIVATING your goals
A really interesting session that will really get you thinking about your goals and motivations
Dr. Mike Grevlos is a professor of psychology at the University of Sioux Falls in Sioux Falls, South Dakota.
He is the author of ‘ The Motivation Game’
He has been featured on many podcasts including ‘On the Mark’ with Mark Immelman.
He teaches courses in sport and exercise psychology; cognitive psychology; learning and behavior; motivation and emotion; and moral psychology. In addition, he has worked as a mental coach to athletes in a variety of sports for the last fifteen years. His doctoral research was on the acquisition of golf expertise.
If you would like to contact Dr. Mike Grevlos, you can call (USA) 605-321-9386 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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