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The greatest tool we have is our mind. The mind is also responsible for all our performances, good and bad.

The mind plays a key role in attaining peak performance. In fact, our mind is the most powerful weapon we have on the battle field of life.

Once we understand the power of our mind, we’ll be able to use it to our advantage, and achieve peak performance on a more regular basis.

Waters Edge Counseling and Play Therapy of northwest Arkansas, offers both pro and amateur athletes access to qualified counselors who are poised to help them reach their maximum potential. Schedule your private appointment today!

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April 10, 2018

Filled with insightful stories about golf, Dr. Bob Rotella’s delightful book will improve the game of even the most casual weekend player.


-On the first tee, a golfer must expect only two things of himself: to have fun, and to focus his mind properly on every shot.

-Golfers must learn to love 'the challenge when they hit a ball into the rough, trees, or sand. The alternatives—anger, fear, whining, and cheating—do no good.

-Confidence is crucial to good golf. Confidence is simply the aggregate of the thoughts you have about yourself.

-It is more important to be decisive than to be correct when preparing to play any golf shot or putt.

The Science Behind Why "I Think I Can" Actually Works

April 09, 2018

"I think I can, I think I can...” We've all heard the story of the Little Engine believing it could puff right over that hill. We've all heard Henry Ford’s famous quotation, "Whether you think you can or you think you can’t - you're right.” But have you considered there could actually be a scientific reason for why this works?

April 09, 2018

You just hit [insert age here]. You don't see yourself as over the hill, but you’re not exactly a teenager anymore, either. You've been an athlete, or active in some way for the majority of your life, and you've had your fair share of injuries to boot. Even though you still try to do the same things you did as a younger buck, such as going to the gym and wasting yourself with multiple squats and bench sets to failure, or doing multiple ten-plus mile runs in a week without any recovery days, your body doesn't seem to heal the way it used to.

April 09, 2018

Have you ever seen the strong quiet type of person who carries him- or herself differently? He or she has a presence that demonstrates both strength and humility at the same time. The Navy Seals are often called "quiet professionals" because they do out-of-the-ordinary training, but retain a professional demeanor in their approach to life. They are often described as having this quiet type of strength. People with quiet strength show that they have been tested, have succeeded, and don’t need to tell everyone about his or her success. There are probably times for quiet strength and for “loud strength” as there are advantages and disadvantages with both. However, as students of strength and fitness, I think there are lessons that we can take from the following examples of quiet strength.

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