Life after professional sport

Life after professional sport

It is said that a professional sports performer dies twice, the first time when they retire from playing, the second being the inevitable. Having dedicated your life to your sport, it`s all over, and every aspect of your previous life has gone with the blink of an...
Life after professional sport

Getting Through Bad Form

Poor form is part and parcel of sport and sometimes you`ll feel the game you once loved is starting to eat away at you. The more you analyse your predicament the more confusing things seem to get, and those days of rich pickings seem a country mile from where your...
Transferable Psych Skills

Transferable Psych Skills

Psychological Skill Training (PST) is a methodological system that is individually designed so that athletes can manage and regulate their psychological state. Weinberg and Gould (2007) say that the purpose of PST is to enhance performance, increase enjoyment, or to...
Rogerian Cricket Coaching

Rogerian Cricket Coaching

I had struggled somewhat to develop my own coaching philosophy in cricket. Now I’ve realised the main reason for this is actually the core of what my philosophy actually is. Confusing?! I’ll try to explain. I love cricket. I have been fascinated with it...
Life after professional sport

Alcohol, sport and life

Bob Woolmer`s opinion on alcohol was pretty simple, mainly that it shouldn’t be over indulged – Whilst he saw the part that played in everyday life, he was also a clear advocate on the issues that arise through over consumption. Personally I don’t think what I did...