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Tips by Bob Rotella on Winning an Important Golf Game
Are you yet to win your major? Then you can take wisdom from this list of tips compiled by sports psychologist Dr. Bob Rotella and avid golfer and Golf Digest managing editor Alan P. Pittman. There are ten tips, each of which is explained succinctly with examples. The most notable of them include believing in yourself, finding another person who believes you can do it, having a mental and physical routine for each shot, and embracing your golf personality, which states that you do not have to engage in chatter if that is not how you play, and vice versa.
Yoga Digest is a comprehensive website that provides its readers with end to end information about Yoga that includes descriptions of benefits as well as how to join select courses. Yoga Digest also has podcasts and interviews featuring experts that can enlighten the readers about how to do Yoga everyday as well as help them decide on the appropriate asanas. Apart from this, the website also has mouthwatering, yet healthy recipes that readers can try in their homes. Indeed, Yoga Digest can be considered as a one-stop resource for all things associated with this famous mind body healing practice that is quite popular with people the world over. Interviewed in Yoga Digest is PGA professional and educator Dr. Mac Powellm author of Inner Game, about golf's mental game.
SpineUniverse.com Offers Chiropractic Treatment Center
You've only got one spineif you've been thinking about visiting a chiropractor, this web site includes a full range of educational and informational resources on the practice in its "Chiropractic Index." The web page offers up featured articlesincluding the use of chiropractic on sciatica and cervical disorders. Readers can also get linked to information on how to choose the appropriate chiropractic care, what and how diagnostic procedures are used by chiropractors, specific conditions that benefit from this kind of therapy and even patient case studies.
This website is about the mental game of golf. If you need coaching and consultation, you can easily set an appointment through the Schedule an Appointment page. You just need to fill out the form and click the submit button. You can even get Dr. Mac Powell, the creator of InnerGame.org, as guest speaker for various engagements. Dr. Powell, who is an author (see author's page on Amazon.com), coach, and educator, holds bachelorís degrees in philosophy and sociology, masterís degrees in business, sociology, and clinical psychology, and a doctoral degree in sociology. Dr. Powell is also a Certified PGA Professional.
Sports Psychology: Mind and Body
This article explains that sport psychology is an interdisciplinary science that involves not just psychology, but also biomechanics, kinesiology and physiology as well. Anyone who wishes to have a career in sport psychology would largely deal with understanding what motivations can positively impact athletic performance, or the connection between the mind and the body. The article also details the path that a person must follow before he can become a sport psychologist. First, he must have a degree in Kinesiology or Physical Education, followed by an advanced degree from either a masterís or a doctoral program in sport psychology, most preferably one that is accredited by the American Psychological Association.