Sports Psychology for Football

Sports Psychology for Football Players and Coaches

A Coffey Note

“My success is the outcome of my work; I am willing to do the work.” Delice Coffey

Football Psychology Delice CoffeySports psychologist for football advocate using the “compete to learn” approach to practice–it lets you play and have fun while competing.

This type of practice, using competitive drills, does a better job of preparing you to compete in real games. Technically, this is called transference. What you do in practice carries over into what you do in games.

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Updated: November 1, 2016 — 1:58 pm

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