07
30
2016

A First In Everything

By: Lee0

Please indulge me folks as I temporarily write about a non-sport psychology topic.  Just wanted to share my joy after finding out I won my first golf tournament! Yessir, I was surprised to find out that I had won the Guests’ Class C division of the 14th St. Jude Classic played yesterday at the...

07
11
2016

Golf Practice: The More Random, The Better

By: Lee0

Do you practice your golf shots in the range by spending 20-30 shots for each of your clubs?  If so, then please stop (or at least read through this first). This could just change your game the way you know (and maybe hate) it for the better.  I’ll be departing somehow from a general approach...

05
26
2016

Mindfulness: Nole’s “Secret” Weapon

By: Lee0

I thought it was fitting to talk about Novak Djokovic as the world number one gears up for third round action in Roland Garros determined to win the only Grand Slam that has eluded him so far in his surefire hall of fame career.  Say what you want about Djokovic not (yet) being able to hoist The Mus...

05
09
2016

Sport Psychology in the NBA

By: Lee0

A few weeks ago, I was so happy to read about my favorite NBA team, the Indiana Pacers (yes, wherever Larry Bird goes, I follow), having their own sport psychologist.  The article from Indystar.com is pretty much about Chris Carr, the team sport psychologist, and the kind of work he does with the Pa...

01
03
2016

“Gigil” gets you knocked out

By: Lee0

I’m a big fight fan and in the past month, I’ve seen two champions lose their belts in violent fashion.  Yes, I’m referring to Ronda Rousey and Jose Aldo of the UFC.  Both were considered the most dominant champions in their respective divisions: Rousey was the world’s most dominant athlete accordin...