Just about everything we do in sports is a habit. Our preparation is
based on habit, our practice is based on habit, our technique is based
on habit, and even strategy can be somewhat habitual. The key point is
habits encompass every part of athletic performance. Yet one of the
major areas of poor performance is bad habits. To correct bad habits
and maximize the power of good habits there are some questions that
must be answered first. How do we create habits? What makes a good
habit different than a bad habit? And what characteristics are needed
to create good habits?
Read the whole article by Joseph Spano on creating good habits in sport.
Rob Robson, iStadia Networking and Marketing for Sport & Exercise Professionals