“Take one pistachio and place it in your hand. Now imagine you have no idea what a pistachio is and this is the first time you've seen one” asked Sports Psychologist, Michael Inglis, as he guided us through the technique of noticing.
Have you ever wondered why some highly “talented” people never reach their potential? Or have been amazed when seemingly “ordinary”…
Sledging: Getting inside the mind of junior athletes. The Australian men’s cricket team’s most recent tour of South Africa…
Have you ever resolved to “get back to the gym” or “quit sugar” or “start regular meditation practice” and then…
Have you ever been out for a run, or on your bike, or kicking the footy, and a little voice pops into your head telling you that it’s all too hard?
Week 2. Lara continues her journey into Peak Performance with Sports Psychologist Michael Inglis and learns that a thought is not necessarily a fact.
Whether you’re playing for your local netball team or consider yourself a semi-professional, there are always ways to improve performance.
Even star midfield player Kirsty Lamb has had to overcome numerous mental and physical barriers as she debuted with the Western Bulldogs’ AFLW team earlier this year.
We all know that exercise helps us get fit and is great for our cardiovascular health, but the benefits don’t stop there. Here are five of the lesser-known benefits of adding regular, moderate exercise into your daily life, plus 5 Apps to help get you moving.
There is a wave rising and about to crest. This wave is mindfulness – a simple, but by no means easy, practice of mind.