Mastering Sports Skills

“You’ve got to ingrain and reinforce the new skills,” practice no longer makes perfect. In order to be excellent at your sport, more is required. Athletics are both physical and [...]

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Time Managment

As a JD/PhD graduate student who also loves sports, travel, outdoor activities, food, and music, the most common question people ask me is, “When do you have time to sleep?” I am a [...]

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Stress

About one year ago, I wrote about how stress impacts our bodies. In the short term, we may feel anxious, nauseas, even suffer from headaches and sweaty palms. In the long term, stress can be a [...]

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Why Zebras Don’t Get Ulcers

Our daily lives are a constant barrage of triggers that lead to elevated stress levels. It has been scientifically proven that prolonged elevated levels of stress lead to chronic illnesses. Some [...]

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Mental Moment-PTSD

In my practice, PTSD is a growing barrier in particular for elite female athletes who have been in their athletic career for quite some time. Most of them have been carrying PTSD around with them [...]

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Mental Moment-sink the shot

Is your free throw percentage up & down? When the game gets close do you start missing even the simplest shots from the floor? As the pressure increases do you start playing sloppy? I was [...]

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Mental Moment-everyone feels it

I went to see Barbara Streisand in concert on Sunday night. She was amazing. She’s been singing for over 50 years. Hard to believe. Here are some of my takeaways from the concert. 1964 [...]

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