Management in Athletics
[ 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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Pain Management in
On one hand, modern athletes know “no pain, no gain,” and “pain is weakness
leaving the body,” are obsolete training mantras. Pain in training is often
unnecessary, and pain in competition should not be overwhelming, intolerable, or
On the other hand, it is unreasonable to say that
successful athletes don’t regularly experience pain or unpleasant sensations.
Athletes benefit from learning how to manage pain