William Tyne

Sport and Exercise Psychology

  • Psychological Resilience

    November 28, 2019 by

    Last year we witnessed one of the greatest finales to a Downhill World Cup season in history. Amaury Pierron and Loic Bruni had gone head-to-head all year and between them they had won 6 out of 7 rounds, resulting in the world cup title to be decided on the final day of the season. Their… Read more

  • Why do we fail to reach our long-term goals

    March 22, 2021 by

    Many of us have good intentions to make what we perceive to be positive changes to our lives. Whether that is to save more money, eat healthier, do more exercise, wake up earlier, watch less TV, work harder, these changes we intend on making will most likely fail at some stage. Old routines and habits… Read more

  • The Earth is flat and you need to know why!

    February 22, 2021 by

    If you’re reading this, my title clearly worked. Today’s blog is slightly different and concerns how we are currently consuming information and generating truth. Being someone who is immersed in an academic setting with aims to generate new and reliable information, this topic is of great interest. Before we continue, rest assured, I do not… Read more

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