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The Effects of a Mindfulness-Based Program on the Incidence of Injuries in Young Male Soccer Players

Aynollah Naderi, Fatemeh Shaabani, Hassan Gharayagh Zandi, Luís Calmeiro, and Britton W. Brewer

ability to consciously and intentionally maintain full attention and awareness to the present moment with a nonjudgmental attitude ( Brown & Ryan, 2003 ). Different types of mindfulness interventions have been administered in the sport context, but the application of the Mindfulness-Acceptance-Commitment

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Relationships Between Throwing Yips in Baseball, Experiential Avoidance, Cognitive Fusion, Values, and Social Factors

Kazuya Inoue, Tatsuto Yamada, and Tomu Ohtsuki

incorporating elements of mindfulness, acceptance, and values in the mindfulness–acceptance–commitment approach ( Gardner & Moore, 2004 ). ACT assumes six core processes commonly associated with psychopathology (experiential avoidance, cognitive fusion, inflexible attention, attachment to the conceptualized

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Implementation of an App-Based Blended Mindfulness Intervention in a Bundesliga Youth Academy Targeting Goalkeepers: A Case Study

Christoph Kittler, Lukas Stenzel, Darko Jekauc, and Oliver Stoll

3 months. In total, he supervises about 180 athletes. He holds a master’s degree in applied sport psychology and is an experienced mindfulness teacher. His view on mindfulness is primarily influenced by the work of Mumford ( 2015 ) and the mindfulness–acceptance–commitment approach of Gardner and

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An Integrated Mind–Body Training Intervention on an Elite Surfing Athlete: A Case Study

Eduardo Takeuchi, Shirley S. Lacerda, Guilherme Carlos Brech, and Elisa H. Kozasa

, Z.E. , Gardner , F.L. , Wolanin , A.T. , Pess , R. , & Marks , D.R. ( 2018 ). An empirical examination comparing the mindfulness-acceptance-commitment approach and psychological skills training for the mental health and sport performance of female student athletes . International Journal

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Dare to Prepare for Reality: Helping National Orienteering Team Athletes Handle Adversity

Kristoffer Henriksen

ACT ( Hayes, Strosahl, Bunting, Twohig, & Wilson, 2004 ) and in the Mindfulness Acceptance Commitment approach ( Gardner & Moore, 2007 ) it is argued that It is not the presence or absence of negative thoughts, physiological arousal, or emotions such as anxiety or anger that predicts performance

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Navigating Subclinical Sport Psychology as a Trainee: A Case Study of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy in Elite Youth Athletics

Chris Hartley

of Sports Sciences, 23 ( 6 ), 651 – 658 . PubMed ID: 16195013 doi: 10.1080/02640410400021344 10.1080/02640410400021344 Gross , M. , Moore , Z.E. , Gardner , F.L. , Wolanin , A.T. , Pess , R. , & Marks , D.R. ( 2018 ). An empirical examination comparing the Mindfulness-Acceptance-Commitment

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Enhancing the Mental Performance of Head Coaches in Professional Sports: A Case Study of Collaboration With the Head Coach of a Professional Basketball Team

Charles A. Maher

, Z. ( 2007 ). The psychology of human performance: The mindfulness, acceptance, commitment approach . Springer . Hackfort , D. , & Schinke , R. J. ( 2017 ). Embarking on sport psychology with professional level athletes . In R.J. Schinke & D. Hackfort (Eds.), Psychology in

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“We React Less. We React Differently. We React Better”: A Case Study of a Mindfulness-Based Intervention for Olympic Referee Performance

Mattia Piffaretti and Benjamin Carr

, 2019 ) and the mindfulness–acceptance–commitment approach ( Bernier et al., 2009 ; Gardner & Moore, 2004 ; Moore, 2009 ). This intervention, then, consisted of five stages of intervention, as described in Table  1 . Table 1 Intervention Contents and Structure Stage Mental objective Principal

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Assessing and Maximizing Collegiate Athletes’ Psychological Skills Under Constraints: A Preseason Brief Intervention Approach

Tsz Lun (Alan) Chu and Trent A. Petrie

coconstructing component of SFBT, as well as personalization and self-regulation ( Walter & Peller, 1992 ; Weinberg & Gould, 2018 ). Concentration Based in part on Gardner and Moore’s ( 2004 ) Mindfulness–Acceptance–Commitment approach to athletic performance enhancement, we introduced present-moment focus with

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Sport Psychology Consultants’ Views on Working With Perfectionistic Elite Athletes

Ellinor Klockare, Luke F. Olsson, Henrik Gustafsson, Carolina Lundqvist, and Andrew P. Hill

” [. . .] then you continue with what you were supposed to do instead of allowing it a lot of time and energy. Mindfulness and the mindfulness-acceptance-commitment approach were also mentioned, which had yielded positive results, as Elise continued, “mindfulness and acceptance, these two methods are very good