Sports Psychology Olympics: TIME Magazine interviews Performance Sports Psychologist Dr. JoAnn Dahlkoetter
Sports Psychology coaching helps and London Olympians with performance pressures and mental training. Time Magazine just interviewed Olympic Sports Psychologist Dr. JoAnn Dahlkoetter about her new book “Olympic Thinking” and the pressures that young Olympians are facing going into the 2012 London Games. Dr. JoAnn’s interview will be released and on the stands this Friday in TIME Magazine.
Sports Psychologist Performance coach Dr. JoAnn talks about the sports psychology techniques that she is teaching her Olympic athletes as they prepare to compete in the 2012 London Games (and about Mexican diver Carolina Mendoza) and how you not only need to prepare for your event, you need to prepare for the pressure. In the Time Magazine interview, she addresses how to handle performance anxiety, the stress of competition, how years of training comes down to a single day, and how the average person have use these same “Olympic Thinking” techniques to improve their daily lives.
To read more about “Olympic Thinking” for your own performance in life , check out Dr. JoAnn’s new book on Amazon at: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B008FL7D3I
OLYMPIC THINKING: Sports Psychology Coaching for Peak Performance in Sports, Business, and Life
To get Dr. JoAnn’s complimentary mentoring program, go to http://www.drjoann.com/tips/
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