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Archive for August, 2010

Cheerleading and Hypnosis

Tuesday, August 31st, 2010

Mention the word “hypnosis” and some people imagine a sleazy stage hypnotist getting a group of otherwise mature adults to hop on one foot and quack like a bunch of ducks! 

Actually, hypnosis as a medical and psychological intervention has been around for a long time and it is considered an excellent treatment for all types of problems from reducing the impact of cancer treatment to curing insomnia.  Sport psychologists also use hypnosis to help athletes perform at an optimal level.  

As a trained hypnotherapist, I have had the pleasure of seeing the effectiveness of hypnosis and thought I would write about it for this blog. (more…)

Cheerleading coaches and moral development

Wednesday, August 18th, 2010

Yep, that’s right.  Coaches can play a big role in fostering moral development in their cheerleaders.  How?  Well, it may be easier than you think and you’re probably doing it already! 

Performance excellence in cheerleading requires the consistent control of body, mind, and spirit.  This means developing good habits such as attending practices on time, listening attentively to the coach, attending to the rules, practicing diligently, and being a team player.  (more…)

Confident Cheerleading recommends a book for parents

Tuesday, August 17th, 2010

I am always reading books and articles on sport psychology.  Some are pretty technical and scientific and others are just good, fun, and informative.  A book I’m reading now is one that I would recommend to parents.  It’s not about cheerleading and as a matter of fact, cheerleading is not mentioned once in the whole book but it is still worth your time. 

The book is called – “Whose game is it, anyway?” and it is written by 2 of my colleagues at Harvard Medical School – Richard Ginsburg and Stephen Durant and Amy Baltzell, a professor at Boston University. 

The authors describe it as “a guide to helping your child get the most from sports, organized by age and stage.”  The book provides detailed information, based on child development research, about what skill sets you can expect from your child depending on the age of the child.  

The first section is called, “Knowing your child athlete” and  looks at child development and sports participation  from the Early Years (Ages 1 – 5) through Young Adulthood (Ages 19 and up).  

Part Two is entitled, “Pitfalls and Possibilities in Sports” and deals with such topics as “Should we push our children? How Much?” and “Quitting, Burning Out, and Moving On.” 

The book is easy and fun to read and provides many valuable insights for parents.  I recommend it!

By the way, if you are on Facebook (and who isn’t!) please join my Confident Cheerleading Center page. If you do, you can get lots of free stuff – questionnaires, worksheets, all designed to help you become a better coach and athlete!

What kind of feedback is best in cheerleading?

Monday, August 16th, 2010

If you’re a cheerleading coach, you are always giving feedback to your athletes.  Chances are, unless you’ve gotten specialized training, the way you deliver feedback is similar to the way your coach gave you feedback. 

It may seem simple.  A cheerleader attempts to execute a toe touch and fails.  What do you do?   (more…)

Mindfulness Training can improve cheerleading performance

Tuesday, August 10th, 2010

When a cheerleader experiences anxiety in relation to executing a specific skill, there is a tendency to avoid it.  This is pretty natural – we all tend to want to avoid something that makes us uncomfortable.  The problem with this is that it works – meaning that each time we avoid something, our anxiety diminishes and thus we reinforce that avoidance behavior.  (more…)