The Mental Grind Of Overcoming An Injury
percent of the whole rehab is mental, You’re doing the same stuff, day after day, that gets tiring. It’s tedious work rehabbing. That was really the whole battle was how do I keep motivation.” – Paul George
The MindSide Academy: Psychology of Sports Injury Online Video Series
An On-Demand Video Series Built For Athletic Trainers, Physical Therapists, And Doctors To Help Your Athletes’ Mental Games Throughout The Recovery Of Their Injuries
Injuries have happened to many of the best athletes of our generation. Tiger Woods. Peyton Manning. Kobe Bryant. Buster Posey. JJ Watt. Adrian Peterson. The list goes on and on. For just XXX,
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Learn More About Your Athletes’ Mental Difficulties While Overcoming An Injury
As an athletic trainer, physical therapist or doctor, you know how to help athletes get physically back to the field, however, do you know what all goes into mentally getting back on the field? There’s a great article about JJ Watt’s mental fortitude to overcome his injuries on The Players’ Tribune. To read more, click “Read More” below. The Psychology of Sports Injury training course can help guide you along the way in understanding the mental struggles of the game as well.
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Opening night of the 2017 NBA season, Boston Celtics basketball player, Gordon Hayward’s season was over. All the hard work and preparation for the season thrown out the window in only 6 minutes. Kobe Bryant put up this heartfelt post about the experience of a traumatic injury and his advice to Gordon in his hopes to overcome it. Athletes need a “Kobe Bryant” in their corner and in your jobs, you have the ability to do that. Have questions or looking to learn more about the Psychology of Sports Injury video series? Sign up for more information below!
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