Many professional teams have a dedicated psychologist to help their athletes train better. Sports psychology is the study of how a person can effectively train for elite sports performance. It incorporates knowledge and ideas from several disciplines, including human movement, physiology, nutrition, and psychology. While sports psychologists typically work with elite athletes, many of the practice's insights apply to everyday life.


1. Visualize Your Goals

Researchers have found that when athletes visualize their sport, they improve. Some studies show basketball players improve their skill as much when they imagine shooting a basketball

as when they physically practice this skill. Visualization can also help non-athletes: you are more likely to accomplish your goals when you visualize yourself achieving them.


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