By Leslie Samuel Greenberg
El profesor Greenberg, uno de los mejores especialistas mundiales en el tema de las emociones, plantea en este su último trabajo una aportación que va más allá del círculo profesional con el que habitualmente trabaja. Comenzando por escuchar y descubrir sus propias emociones, Greenberg ha asumido el reto de hacer accesible al amplio público interesado en ello su modelo para identificar, clasificar y aplicar las emociones a l. a. vida cotidiana. El autor habla en primera personality, ejemplifica con datos y anécdotas, sugiere ejercicios y quiere ser, sobre todo, el pedagogo que nos ayude a hilar fino en nuestro mundo emocional.
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Then, our muscles start to quit. Our bodies do all they can, and then can do no more. Archibald Vivian (A. ) Hill, a Nobel-winning British physiologist, came up with the basics of this explanation in the 1920s, and it remains the core of textbook accounts. In the late 1990s, however, a South African sports physician and exercise physiologist named Timothy Noakes started to question whether the heart, lungs, and muscles truly governed fatigue. If a body just kept exercising, on and on, until it was utterly spent, he wondered, why weren’t more athletes succumbing to heat stroke, heart attacks, and fatal dehydration?
They started over-controlling it,” says Gray. ” In short, they choked. When novice players focused on their swings, their ability to predict also went south, but this inward focus did wonders for their hitting. In other words, beginners and chokers focused on technique. Experts focus on what’s next. WHEN FORESIGHT ISN’T 20/20 We’ve seen that high expectations in sports are fertile ground for anxiety, which messes up performance by disabling a key element of athletic expertise—anticipation. What can be done to keep pressure from short-circuiting the athletic mind?
Penalties were also their undoing in the 1998 World Cup, the 1996 European Championships, and the 1990 World Cup. Even when not playing for the national side, top English players had a reputation for buggering up penalties in big games. indd 31 6/17/12 12:52 PM 32 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34S 35N MIND OVER MIND psychologist at the Norwegian School of Sports Sciences. His laptop is loaded with clips of top English players shanking penalty shots or blasting them into the keeper’s arms, and then collapsing into steaming piles of superstar failure.