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  • How can psychology be applied to sports performance and exercise environments? This article will explain how sports psychology can influence the performance of individuals and teams.

    Sports Psychology: Personality Theories Explained

    Sports Psychology: Personality Theories Explained

    by James Durkin20

  • The pros and cons of club teams and the factors a family should look for. Also, the reasons why college coaches look to club teams to offer athletic scholarships are explored.

    Club Sports: What's a Family to Do?

    Club Sports: What's a Family to Do?

    by Michael Wnek0

  • Arm length is usually not one of the most obvious factors one considers when predicting an athlete's success. However, it can actually have a significant impact on athletic performance.

    The Advantages of Long Arms in Sports

    The Advantages of Long Arms in Sports

    by CJMcAllister0

  • Organizational skills, advance planning, and good volunteers are vital in organizing a successful cross country meet. Use this checklist to keep you on track.

    How to Organize a Cross Country Meet

    How to Organize a Cross Country Meet

    by LauraGSpeaks6

  • Here are some tips I wish I'd known when I was hacky sack beginner. Included are important rules of etiquette and a few practice drills.

    Tips for a Hacky Sack Beginner

    Tips for a Hacky Sack Beginner

    by Elliott Ploutz1

  • The job of sports commentating is not easy. It requires a brain fully stocked with clichés, banalities, and platitudes, and the ability to blabber on about the glaringly obvious.

    The Sports Commentator: Hyperbole and Hiccups

    The Sports Commentator: Hyperbole and Hiccups

    by Rupert Taylor1

  • Gymnastics Moms do a ton more than drive back and forth to competitions and wash expensive leos. Find ten things only gymnast's moms understand here and feel free to add your own in the comments.

    10 Things Only Gymnasts' Moms Understand

    10 Things Only Gymnasts' Moms Understand

    by Tawnya9

  • Here is a list of 10 athletes who have achieved amazing feats or have incredible stories, yet are unknown to most people today. The list is in no particular order.

    10 Amazing Athletes You Have Never Heard Of

    10 Amazing Athletes You Have Never Heard Of

    by Ryanpaulgraham0

  • Ferret legging, or “put-‘em-down” as it’s known to aficionados, is a contest of endurance and pain that seems about as loopy as it’s possible to get.

    The Bizarre Sport of Ferret Legging

    The Bizarre Sport of Ferret Legging

    by Rupert Taylor5

  • This comprehensive collection of names for ultimate frisbee teams will ensure that no team is without a proper moniker. These are great for recreational or league ultimate.

    200+ Funny & Unique Ultimate Frisbee Team Names

    200+ Funny & Unique Ultimate Frisbee Team Names

    by Sunny Mendoza0

  • Jousting is a competitive sport between armored riders on horses, who use a large lance to charge at each other at high speed. This article will break down its medieval origins, as well as its continued practice in modern day.

    Jousting Rules in Medieval and Modern Times

    Jousting Rules in Medieval and Modern Times

    by CeeGunn12

  • A guide to aggression in sports psychology, featuring examples, types, definitions, and theories to help you understand assertiveness, catharsis, and aggressive behaviours and how they apply to the world of sports.

    Aggression in Sports: Theories and Examples

    Aggression in Sports: Theories and Examples

    by Liam Hallam5

  • The start of each baseball season is when fans have great expectations, what they get is great expectorations.

    Why Do Athletes Spit?

    Why Do Athletes Spit?

    by Rupert Taylor0

  • Hand-eye coordination is an important skill but is often underrated in most sports. In sports, it's used from start to finish. It's essential for all athletes to possess strong hand-eye coordination.

    Top 10 Athletes With Incredible Hand-Eye Coordination

    Top 10 Athletes With Incredible Hand-Eye Coordination

    by Charles Nuamah0

  • Perhaps it’s the damp climate, but the British have developed a taste for some madcap ways of passing the time. Cricket is not even mentioned.

    Strange English Sporting Exploits

    Strange English Sporting Exploits

    by Rupert Taylor2

  • Technology and science are playing more important roles in sports around the world, as teams and individuals are hunting for that extra performance boost or a technique that speeds injury recovery.

    Sports Science and Technology Trends

    Sports Science and Technology Trends

    by Doug West0

  • People climb barehanded up the outside of tall structures as a show of bravado, to make a political statement, or simply for the fun of it. No, really.

    Skyscrapers and Rooftoppers

    Skyscrapers and Rooftoppers

    by Rupert Taylor2

  • Being a terrible coach isn't easy! This is a guide to being a horrible coach in youth sports. Wonderful for parents asking themselves, "Is my child's coach as bad as I think?"

    How to Be a Horrible Coach

    How to Be a Horrible Coach

    by Mandy M S2

  • The Isle of Man Tourist Trophy is held every year in June. Since the races started in 1907, 270 riders have been killed on the island’s road course.

    The World’s Deadliest Motorcycle Race

    The World’s Deadliest Motorcycle Race

    by Rupert Taylor1

  • If you have to make weight for a meet or tournament with a same day weigh-in, then your usual water cutting strategies may not work. Try these strategies to ensure you make weight without feeling overly fatigued or putting your health at risk.

    How to Cut Weight for a Same Day Weigh-In

    How to Cut Weight for a Same Day Weigh-In

    by Leslie Ann0

  • Those who engage in stuffing themselves with hot dogs, oysters, or even cockroaches, insist they are taking part in legitimate sporting events.

    The World of Competitive Eating

    The World of Competitive Eating

    by Rupert Taylor0

  • Strange substances have been widely used in sport to boost performance for centuries. A small group says it’s time to legalize them.

    Drugs in Sports: A History of Doping

    Drugs in Sports: A History of Doping

    by Rupert Taylor0

  • An amateur yachtsman entered a solo, around-the-world sailing race. After a slow start, progress rapidly accelerated. Then, something strange happened.

    The Mysterious Voyage of Donald Crowhurst

    The Mysterious Voyage of Donald Crowhurst

    by Rupert Taylor0

  • Many fans believe their teams are cursed by some malevolent force that destines them to be losers; obviously it can’t be because they are not good enough to win.

    Sports Curses

    Sports Curses

    by Rupert Taylor1

  • Racquetball is a game that kids love to play because the pace is just right for all around fun. Safety is more important than having fun because racquetball is a super fast game and one can get hurt. Following the basic rules and tips will ensure kids have a great time without getting hurt.

    Racquetball for Kids

    Racquetball for Kids

    by Kenna McHugh0

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