As the Pathways to the Podium Research Team enters thesis and report writing mode, it is becoming increasingly challenging to keep on top of our social media feeds to continue to bring our followers tid-bits of information to assist you, your athletes, and / or your children along the path to sporting success (however success is defined for you).
In an effort to keep you informed and updated with the latest news, research, ideas, and musings related to sport expertise development, we are excited to launch a new feature here on the Expert Advantage Blog – “Expert Advantage Recommended Reads”.
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Pathways to the Podium Research Project
Expert Advantage Recommended Reads: March 12, 2012
To kick of the first edition of Expert Advantage Recommended Reads:
2. Nick Levett (@nlevett) weighs in on the nature vs. nurture debate and provides some practical recommendations for athlete development in this blog post from Youth Football Development. Click here to read article.
5. And to wrap up the top 5, an interesting discussion by Dr. Sian Beilock (@sianbeilock), author of Choke, of some obscure research suggesting that needing to pee enhances decision making! Check out the article in Dr. Beilock’s Psychology Today blog, Choke. Click here to read article.