Category Archives for "Applied Sports Psychology"

Sports Hypnosis for Athletes

By Dr. Jack Singer

Sports Hypnosis for athletes? Hypnosis for athletes was something that was unheard of some years ago, but is now considered an important tool in the elite athlete’s arsenal. This applies to all activities from football to poker! Did you know that hypnosis and self-hypnosis are actually commonplace occurrences that most of us engage in on a […]

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Workplace Shaman: An Olympian Example

By Dr. Jack Singer

California-based sports psychologist Jack Singer coaches professional athletes from around the world. He also has a PhD in industrial/organizational psychology and consults with businesses. Dr. Singer describes some of the techniques he uses in sports psychology and how these can be applied in the workplace and business setting.

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Athletes and Sports Psychologists

By Dr. Jack Singer

When the chips are down, the athlete often cannot share his/her inner fears, anxiety and anger issues with the coach or their parents. Now, the athlete has a critical ally…the professional Sports Psychologist (also referred as the professional Sport Psychologist). The Sports Psychologist, who should be Certified and well-trained in examining the whole person, can provide […]

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Vito La Fata’s Fitness Evolution

By Dr. Jack Singer

Recently I had the great opportunity to speak to athletes, their parents and coaches at Vito LaFata’s Fitness Evolution in Laguna Nigel. Despite an unusual rain storm in Southern California, we had a full house of people who were excited and energized by the presentations from me, Athletic Performance Coach Leslie Cordova and Vito LaFata. […]

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