Physically Tired, or Mentally Weak? Sports Psychology View of Training & Performance
In this webinar, Dr. Marc Lochbaum, Professor of Sport and Exercise Psychology at Texas Tech University, explores the physiological and psychological make-up of elite athletes and what it means for training and performance. With an interest in achievement goals and personality in and around sports and exercise, Dr. Lochbaum will share insight into how physiological monitoring can help evaluate athletes and educate coaching decisions – as well as eliminate and explain mental barriers in performance.
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