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Dr. John Heil is a sport psychologist with Psychological Health Roanoke and with Fencing Sport Psychology. He works with Olympic, professional and youth athletes across a wide variety of sports, and has consulted at 3 Olympic Games.

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The Big Point – 15 Ways to Win the 14-14 Bout

Is it “la belle,” the beautiful or “schrecklich,” the terrible? How you approach the touch will determine the answer. Because it may be the most important touch of the day, it merits forethought and special preparation. Clearly, there is no short cut, no hidden secret...

Sport Psychology for the Injured Athlete

To an athlete, injury can be annoying or devastating, or fall anywhere in between. The ability to avoid injury and to return to play quickly when injured, are critical to success. When injury does occur it is useful to approach rehabilitation as part of the game that...

Fun

More and more athletes at the highest levels, are talking about “having fun out there.” This may seem like a no-brainer, particularly to those whose time at play is invariably cut short by the need to work. Who wouldn’t enjoy turning play into bucket loads of money?...

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