Category Archives: James Boykin, M.S.

No Championship Let Down For The Pack
The Green Bay Packers start their 2011 title defense with a 42-34 victory over the New Orleans Saints. There has been much talk about a Super Bowl hangover and how difficult it is to repeat as champion. In fact, many recent champions have had troubles just getting back to the post season the following year. There are certain main elements that contribute to this let down for many champions. A feeling of complacency tends to take over after achieving your ultimate goal. Becoming overconfident traditionally is a fixture in the mindset after winning it all. Also,...
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Even The Best Lose Their Focus… Ask Usain Bolt
Usain Bolt is arguably the fastest man to ever put on a pair of sneakers. He has dominated the world of track in field over the past few years with his explosive speed and unwavering confidence. Even with all this success, hard work ethic and mental toughness, costly mistakes can jump up and bite the best of them. No one is above the law when it comes to focusing on the task at hand. There is no substitute for being locked in and focused on what you are trying to achieve. It doesn’t matter how good...
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Webb Simpson Finds His Rhythm With His Routine
Webb Simpson finally gets his first PGA Tour victory at the 2011 Wyndham Championship after posting three second place finishes this year. Coming in to this tournament Webb was 12th on the FedEx points list, 15th in Greens In Regulation and 4th in scoring average. It was only a matter of time before Simpson would figure to break though. What seemed to finally get Simpson over the top and claim his first tour victory? One element that really stands out was the execution of his routine. This is an area Webb had admittedly felt was a...
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