Dr. Andrew Jacobs.
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This morning on the Sport Psych Hour with Dr. Andrew Jacobs, the doctor talks to callers about how coaches should handle themselves with their athletes. How much they should yell, when they should yell and does yelling even get accomplish what coaches think it does?
Dr. Andrew Jacobs discusses what to do when your child doesn't get to compete in athletics for multiple reason; Dr. Jacobs also points out strategies for appropriately engaging the coaches, the parents, and the players to all communicate.
Dr. Andrew Jacobs discusses the four mental keys that athletes of all ages need in order to be successful; he also discusses the importance of mental preparation and visualization as advantageous for athletes.
Dr. Andrew Jacobs discusses the mental aspect of athletics and how athletes deal with mental issues on and off the court, try to seek balance professional and personally, and just how important mental health is in light of the recent surge of news regarding the issue with athletes.
In this episode I join fellow podcasters for a discussion on the Aaron Hernandez case, specifically, the personal emotional and psychological issues that may have affected his behavior and why counseling should be made available for all collegiate and professional athletes and coaches. For a deeper look into his story, watch the two-night speci ...…
This morning on the Sports Psychology Hour with Dr. Andrew Jacobs, the doctor talks about when athletes get away with breaking the law because of their athletic ability and their mental health that suffers from it.
Dr. Andy Jacobs discusses the subject of at what age should "score" matter in athletics? At what age does the idea transition from development to competitive and are kids being asked to be "competitive" at too young an age?
On today's episode of Sport Psychology Today, Dr. Andrew Jacobs talks to award winning author Joan Ryan. The two talk about sexual abuse in youth athletics, namely gymnastics and the fear of speaking up about this incidents.
This morning on the Sport Psychology Hour, Dr. Andrew Jacobs talks to callers about what matters more for young athletes. Winning or effort? When should the results matter and when should they be the primary focus?
On today's episode of Sports Psychology Today, the doctor is joined by Hall of Fame Olympic Swimming Coach Pete Malone, to talk about when coaches abuse athletes including a situation close to their heart.
On today's edition of Sports Psychology Today, Dr. Andrew Jacobs talks to Keith Davis, former USC football player and Rose Bowl Champion about his life and his determination to battle through adversity to accomplish his dreams.
This morning on the Sport Psychology Hour, Dr. Jacobs talks about abusive coaches and when trying to build mental toughness becomes mental abuse. The doctor talks to callers about experiences with this and gives some advice as to what you can do to help prevent and keep it out of your youth league.
Today on the Sports Psychology Hour, Dr. Andrew Jacobs talks to callers about their sport memories and why sports are so important to them and how it has affected their life. The doctor also recollects on some of his own memories and how important sports are to him.
On today's edition of Sports Psychology Today, Dr. Andrew Jacobs talks to Dr. Daniel Rhind, Chartered Psychologist and Senior Lecturer in Social Psychology at Burnel University. The two talk about while some in sports are wanting to help others are there to hurt like Dr. Larry Nassar
On this week's edition of Sports Psychology Today, Dr. Andrew Jacobs is joined by former professional boxer Gerry Cooney. The two talk about his life growing up and how it he overcame adversity to live the life he lived.
This morning on the Sports Psychology Hour with Dr. Andrew Jacobs the doctor talks to callers about sportsmanship. The Kansas/Oklahoma situation and the lack of sportsmanship showed is the reference point for the show.
On this week's edition of Sports Psychology Today, Dr. Andrew Jacobs is joined by Dr. Albert Knuth, a pediatric orthopaedic surgeon at Orthopaedic Surgery Specialists. The two talk about young athletes specializing in sports and the risks of the injuries that come from overuse at a young age.
This morning on the Sports Psychology Hour, Dr. Andrew Jacobs talks with callers about how we are taking away the "play" in sports and what we can do to ensure kids are having fun when they play sports.
On this weeks edition of Sports Psychology Today, Dr. Andrew Jacobs is joined by Dr. Stephen Mosher, Coordinator of Sport Studies at Ithica College, to talk about the direction youth sports is heading and cheating in the industry.
On today's edition of Sport Psychology Today Dr. Andrew Jacobs is joined by Daniel Klinkhammer, the executive director of the Minnesota Youth Athletic Services. The two discuss the costs that come with youth sports today and the reason kids are playing compared to how youth sports used to be run and the negative effects these are causing.…
On today's edition of the Sport Psych Hour, Dr. Andrew Jacobs talks about how young athletes are currently dealing failure and the way they should be handling it. The doctor talks to callers and coaches in the area about the methods they use to deal with failure and how to use it to their advantage.
On today's special edition of Sports Psychology Today, Dr. Andrew Jacobs talks to the director of the Sports Governance Center at the University of Colorado about cheating at both the youth and professional levels and the books he has written over the subject.
This morning on the Sports Psych Hour with Dr. Andrew Jacobs, Dr. Jacobs talks about why we feel the need to cheat in sports across various levels but mainly at the youth level. Dr. Jacobs talks with callers about their experiences with cheating in youth sports and the reasons why kids and coaches feel the need to cheat.…
On today's special edition of Sports Psychology Today, Dr. Andrew Jacobs talks with Dr. Travis Dorsch, Assistant Professor and Founding Director of the Families in Sport Lab in the Department of Family, Consumer and Human Department at Utah State University. The two talk about the development of youth sports and the pressure we are putting on y ...…
On today's edition of the Sport Psych Hour, Dr. Andrew Jacobs talks with callers, some of whom have coached and played sports competitively, about playing with pressure and tips coaches and young athletes can use to turn those pressure situations into a tool to help succeed.
On today's special edition of Sports Psychology Today, Dr. Andrew Jacobs talk to Eagle Gymnastics Owner and Head Coach Kim Fuchs about her philosophy on coaching and how she makes gymnastics fun for her young athletes.
Dr. Andrew Jacobs is joined in studio today by Kim Fuchs, owner and head coach of Eagle Gymnastics, to talk about how she handles her young athletes and parents who may be trying to rush their development.
In today's special edition of Sport Psychology Today, Dr. Andrew Jacobs talks to Professional Speaker and Clinical Sports Psychologist, Dr. Eddie O'Connor, about youth sports and the pressure we are putting on our kids at a young age.
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