Why Do Athletes Need to Work on Their Mental Health?

Athletes need more than just physical prowess to become true champions. Willpower and fortitude are just as critical to performance as muscles and agility are,

The Role of Psychological Factors In Sports Injury Management

A sports injury is something all athletes fear, even though they know that there is always a risk of sustaining one on the field. In

A Conversation with Six-Time X Games Medalist, Grete Eliassen

In this week’s episode of the Sports Medicine Weekly podcast, Dr. Brian Cole is joined Grete Eliassen. Grete is a six-time Winter X Games medalist,

A Beginner’s Guide To A Career In Sports Psychology

If you are fascinated by the human psyche, enjoy helping others improve themselves, and thrive in a fast-paced environment, a career in sports psychology may

How a Collegiate Athlete is Making her Comeback from Cartilage Damage

In this week’s episode of the Sport’s Medicine Weekly Podcast, Dr. Brian Cole is joined by UCLA Beach Volleyball athlete Lindsey Sparks to discuss her

10 Signs of Mental Health Issues in Athletes

Being an athlete can be fantastic, but at the same time, it can be overwhelming, too. With the high that comes along with every success,

Keeping Calm During Competition

Keeping Calm During Competition If you are a professional athlete or you regularly take part in sporting competitions, take note. Being anxious and stressed can

How A Regular Exercise Routine Helps Recovering Addicts Build A Better Life

Addiction is a chronic condition that affects people both physically and psychologically. Frequently, a person living in recovery needs to make drastic changes to mitigate

How Sports Psychology Helps Athletes and Performers with Lauren Loberg, PhD

Professional athletes are celebrated for possessing extraordinary physical abilities, as well as the incomparable mental toughness necessary to succeed in competitive athletics. With so much

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