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Golf Confidence & Performance: Psychology of golf putting

Thinking about your putting technique in between shots can make you play worse, not better, according to a new report by scientists.

Thinking about your putting technique in between shots can make you play worse, not better, according to a new report by scientists. The researchers at the University of St Andrews say that thinking too much about what you just did, even after the event, can undo talent and disrupt future performance. (more…)

Role of A Sports Psychologist, Louise's interview for the Government jobs website

Louise’s role as a sports psychologist

Read the original interview below.  See the edited interview by visiting  connexions-direct.

Louise Ellis is an accredited sports psychologist who works with professional and amateur sportsmen and women in the UK and overseas to support them with various areas of performance. (more…)

Athletes: How to beat jet lag:

A study on British Racing Drivers

For an athlete jet lag can be the difference between winning and losing. Many theories have evolved over the years about how to beat jet lag but Dr Patrick Fuller’s recent study on two British racing drivers could, he believes, be the answer to jet lag. (more…)

Sports Corporate Mind, Body & spirit

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