Sport Psychology for Athletes
- 3.5 hours on-demand video
- 23 articles
- 10 downloadable resources
- Full lifetime access
- Access on mobile and TV
- Certificate of Completion
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- Understand how to increase motivation, improve focus and build confidence
- Use mental imagery
- Replace negative self-talk with positive self-talk
- Practice mindfulness
- Achieve your sporting goals
- Have more fun
- This course is designed for people with an interest in sport
- No prior knowledge of psychology is required
Are you interested in sport psychology? Maybe you're an athlete or a coach looking for practical techniques. Or maybe a student or lifelong learner who loves sport.
If so, this is the course for you. It will provide you with a beginner-level grounding in the theory, but with a focus on practical application and how to use the techniques in your own life, whatever level of sport you play.
We won't just be looking at slides, we'll be out there exploring, with quizzes, workbooks and practical exercises to work through.
We'll look at:
Stress & Anxiety
And much more!
Watch the video or check out our preview lessons to get a taste of what is inside the course.
If that sounds exciting, hit the "buy now" button to get started immediately. I can't wait to see you inside the course!
- Athletes who who want to improve their performance
- Coaches who want a better understanding of theory and how to implement it
- Anyone who loves sport and is interesting in learning about psychology
You can measure your level of perfectionism using the Short Revised Almost Perfect Scale (SAPS). This will ask you eight questions which you rate from extremely disagree to extremely agree.
You can try the questionnaire on the PsyToolkit website here.
Possible scores range from 4 to 28. Typically, athletes will score highly on this scale. So, if you score around 24, it indicates you have high levels of perfectionism, but don't worry too much because you are not alone.
Levels above this suggest excessive perfectionism.