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Exercise-Related Personality Changes

Sport Psychology Series Articles: Affirmations ] Anti-Anxiety Training ] Arousal ] Breaking Bad Habits ] Confidence ] Cycling Psychology Profile Quiz ] Dealing With Bad Results ] [ Exercise-Related Personality Changes ] Focus & Breathing ] Goal Setting ] Motivation ] Pain Management in Training ] Sports Psychology Intro ] Stress Questionnaire ]


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Exercise-Related Personality Changes (Introduction)


Athletes often undergo personality changes during training or competition.


Here’s information about how and why athletes can be spacey, tired, moody, glum, irritable, erratic, depressed, grouchy, mean, loud, belligerent, aggressive, tearful, withdrawn, or manic.


By understanding the mechanisms involved, athletes and coaches can learn to tolerate, anticipate, expect, understand, and modify such changes.


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