05
10
2015

How to get your kids into sports

By: Lee0

With all the world-class sports taking place these days- from $100 million boxing matches and bank shot buzzer-beaters to amazing goals on the pitch and back-handed chips into the green- it’s hard not to wonder how great it would be if your own 8-year old were playing an actual sport instead o...

03
16
2015

Secrets Of Asian Sport Psychology

By: Lee0

I finally get back to posting after almost two years! And what a way to come back — by promoting the highly interesting book, Secrets Of Asian Sport Psychology, which came out early last year. This is a compilation by fellow sport psychologists in the Asian-South Pacific region on the applicat...

05
13
2012

Second Wind and Sport Psychology

By: Lee0

A few weeks ago, my good friend Hector Yuzon invited me to give a talk on mental preparation and sport psychology for a lot of his runner/cyclist/triathlete friends. Hector is one of the owners of Second Wind Running Store – one of the country’s first-ever running-only store concepts.  W...

03
24
2012

Nothing Like The Real Thing

By: Lee0

You can read about boxing, watch all the classic fights on TV, go to a bar with friends to watch Pacquiao’s latest fight, or dump a lot of pay-per-view money – but in the end, when it comes to “the sweet science,” nothing beats the real thing. In a few hours or so, I’ll...

08
15
2011

A crash course in Sport Psychology

By: Lee0

I first encountered sport psychology as a senior in college.  I was wrapping up my undergraduate studies in psychology that time and was hoping that the school would offer a sport-related class so I could use my last elective on a topic that I was truly interested in.  When a friend of mine told me...