Sports psychology and athlete mental skills are relatively new fields in psychology; the first research facility on the subject opened its doors in 1925. Shortly after that (in the early 1930s), the first American laboratory closed, and American study in this field did not begin until the late 1960s when there was a resurgence of interest.
The International Society of Sport Psychology (ISSP) began operations in 1965. In North American academic institutions by the 1970s, sports psychology was being taught as a university course.
By the 1980s, there was a more scientific emphasis on sports psychology. Researchers started looking into how psychology and athlete psychology in specific may be applied to enhance athletic performance. They also examined how stress reduction and mood enhancement could be achieved through exercise.
In sports psychology, we employ mental toughness training to assist athletes in acquiring these qualities. Training for mental toughness entails identifying an athlete’s areas of strength and weakness and creating a program to develop those areas while also meeting the demands of the specific athlete.
The ability to perform effectively under pressure, handle emotional and physical pain, and have unwavering self-belief are all examples of mental skills that make up mental toughness. Other mental skills include resilience, focus, motivation, and the capacity to perform under pressure.
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