Tag Archives: sports psychology

Show me the Mo’ne
Mo'ne Davis has taken the nation by storm during this years Little League World Series. The 13 year old phenom from South Philly has dominated in Williamsport, PA to the tune of 2-0 record with 12 innings pitched, 0 runs allowed, 5 hits, 14 strike outs and 3 walks. With lines more than 2 and half hours long waiting to get in to watch her pitch, Mo'ne seems poised and ready to take on an explosive Las Vegas team. What stands out when watching Mo'ne on television during interviews is the confidence she exudes. She comes off as fearless...
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Looking over the shoulder of Brian Hoyer
Brian Hoyer was just named starting quarterback in Cleveland's highly anticipated "Decision" part two for starting supremacy between Hoyer and Johnny Manziel. Now that Hoyer has earned the starting role, he has also earned the difficult mental task of looking over his shoulder at a player vying for his spot. Playing with someone breathing down your neck for your playing time is one of the hardest things to do in sports. Hoyer needs to stay focused on the things he has 100% control over. His thoughts and energy should be directed to the process at hand for every...
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