ENGLAND SPORTS PSYCHOLOGIST MIKE ROTHERAM ON TRAINING UNDER PRESSURE Scolls & England Cricket Team Sports Psychologist, Mike Rotheram “They’re highly driven, they’re ruthless, very diligent in terms of their preparation and they have a real understanding of themselves and what makes them work.” After a 3 month break I’m pumped to be back and hopefully bigger and better than ever before. I really want to make this podcast as interesting and valuable for you as it can be! This episode, which was recorded a few months ago while I was in the UK, is with one of the England cricket teams sports psychologists, Mike Rotheram. Mike, who is a cricketer himself, started working with the England men’s team and England Lions and is now working closely with the England women. With 9 years of studying under his belt, Mike is extremely qualified to teach the mental skills required to perform at the highest level. In this episode we discussed: How he did a PHD in the Yips and what causes the yips What a sports psychologist does What the traits are of elite athletes How he coaches players who over analyse or over think things How the coaches set up sessions to test and train their players under pressure The difference between people who are driven by consequences and those that are driven by rewards and how to work out who needs what. Plus a whole lot more. By Blake Reed|2018-12-06T03:30:13+08:00November 19th, 2018|Podcast|0 Comments Please Share If You Enjoyed This Article FacebookTwitterRedditLinkedInPinterestEmail Related Posts JAKE WEATHERALD ON THE STRUGGLE OF HIS PATHWAY INTO PROFESSIONAL CRICKET(PART A) April 28th, 2020 | 1 Comment NICOLE BOLTON TALKS ABOUT MENTAL HEALTH STRUGGLES AND HER TIME PLAYING FOR AUSTRALIA March 20th, 2020 | 0 Comments SAM HARPER DISCUSSES HOW HE WENT FROM PLAYING IN THE BACKYARD TO PLAYING IN THE BBL March 16th, 2020 | 0 Comments MICHAEL KLINGER ON THE TRANSITION FROM PLAYING PROFESSIONAL CRICKET TO BECOMING A PROFESSIONAL COACH March 9th, 2020 | 0 Comments KATE CROSS ON THE LIFE OF A PROFESSIONAL CRICKETER AND MANAGING HER MENTAL HEALTH February 28th, 2020 | 0 Comments Leave A Comment Cancel replyComment Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.