Ace Magazine

July 2009 ..Sometimes the difference between winning and losing can be all in the mind…

English Institute of Sport

January 2007 There is a fascination with seeing young people succeed in sport. The hype associated with young, talented athletes is amazing; reinforced and recognised by major sports brands offering amazing sponsorship deals. These brands understand the popularity, effect and influence young talented athletes have on lay people. With this summer’s football World Cup rapidly approaching, a huge amount of …

English Institute of Sport

January 2007 With the 2006 FIFA Football World Cup underway, English Institute of Sport psychologist, Roberto Forzoni, concludes our two part series looking at how a rapidly advancing youngster handles their first major tournament. 17 year old Theo Walcott was selected for England without having played a Premiership game for his domestic club Arsenal, yet is now out in Germany …

FACA Insight Magazine

January 2001 2001 Volume 4 Issue 3 Psychology The self-determination continuumbecause it brings them popularity at school or because it pleases their parents. This type ofmotivation, which involves engaging in anactivity in order to achieve some separablegoal, such as receiving something positive oravoiding something negative, has been calledextrinsic motivation. Players who compete inorder to win trophies and medals representone instance …

English Institute of Sport

March 2006 FACING THE GIANTS It’s another David v Goliath match this weekend, as the minnows of Cheltenham Town take on Newcastle United at Whaddon Road in the 4th Round of the FA Cup. League Two team Cheltenham beat Chester 1-0 in the 3rd round reply only last week to take them into this 4th Round clash. For Cheltenham, it’s the stuff …