sports psychology

Trading Psychology to Sports Psychology: Applying The Shull Method at Hendrick MotorsSports

 

 

ReThink is so pleased to announce our work with Andy Papa and the Pit Crews of Hendrick MotorSports. We are working with each cup team – Cars 9, 24, 48 and 88 and the various levels of development teams, two of which support cars 37 and 47.

We began with an intensive five-hour workshop taught by […]

By |May 20th, 2019|ReThinking, Risk Decisions, Risk Prediction, sports psychology|0 Comments

Using “Negative” Feelings to Get You What You Want

Here’s an example of how leaning into all of your feelings – even the so-called “negative feelings” – works.

This morning I went to my usual, fairly challenging, workout class at Equinox. Between my own suspected concussion (surf board to head) + my dog’s trip to the emergency room, I’d been a couch potato for basically […]

Solve that Cleveland Sports Curse

UPDATE June 20, 2016: I am SO glad the Cavs won! Thrilled. Elated. Vindicated. Ecstatic. Relieved. Joyous. Shocked… not necessarily in that order. Maybe someday I will get to interview LeBron about the cycle of emotions he experienced and used to create this incredible historic victory!

UPDATE June 17, 2016: This time I stayed until the […]