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that is sport?• Sport (or, primarily recognised as activities claim in North activities which recognition America, sports) is are based in as mind sports. all forms physicalathleticism The International of competitivephys or Olympic ical physical dexterity, Committee activity which, thro with the largest (through ARISF) ugh casual or major recognises organised competitions such both chess and bri participation, aim as the Olympic dge as bona to use, maintain or Games admitting fide sports, improve physical only sports and SportAccord, ability and meeting this the international provide entertain definition, and sports federation ment to other association, participants. Hund organisations such recognises five reds of sports as the Council of non-physical exist, from those Europe using sports, although requiring only two definitions limits the amount participants, precluding of mind games through to those activities without a which can be with hundreds of physical element admitted as simultaneous from classification sports. participants, either as in teams or sports. However, a competing as number of individuals. competitive, but• Sport is generally non-physical,
who is Sport psychologySport psychology isan interdisciplinary sciencethat draws on knowledgefrom the fieldsKinesiology and Psychology. Itinvolves the study of howpsychological factors affectperformance and howparticipation in sport andexercise affect psychologicaland physical factors.Inaddition to instruction andtraining of psychological skillsfor performanceimprovement, applied sportpsychology may include workwith athletes, coaches, andparents regarding injury,rehabilitation,communication, teambuilding, and careertransitions
Finding an applied sport and exercise psychology professionalProfessionals within applied sport and exercise psychology are either certified by a sport psychology organization or are a licensed psychologist. People without these credentials who claim to offer sport and exercise psychology services may not have received proper training or supervision in the field, and thus may not be able to provide quality service. Anyone seeking consultations should always ask about the professionals credentials, education, consulting experience, clientele, and current membership in professional organizations.
Fencing• Fencing, is typically divided into olympic fencing, Classical fencing and historical fencing. The sport of fencing (commonly called olympic fencing or competitive fencing) is divided into three weapon categories: foil, sabre and épée. Classical fencing uses the same three weapons, but approaches fencing as a martial art.
FencingTechniques or movements in fencing can mostly be divided between two categories: offensive and defensive. Some techniques can fall into both categories (e.g. the beat). Certaintechniques are used offensively, with the purpose of landing a hit on your opponent while holding the right ofway (foil and sabre). Others are useddefensively, to protect against a hit or obtain the right of way.
Psychology• Psychology is an a psychologist and academic and applied can be classified as discipline that a social, behavioral, involves the scientific or cognitive scientist. study of mental Psychologists attempt functions and behavi to understand the ors. Psychology has role of mental the immediate goal functions in of understanding individual and social individuals and behavior, while also groups by both exploring establishing general the physiological and principles and neurobiological proce researching specific sses that underlie cases,and by many certain cognitive accounts it ultimately functions and aims to benefit behaviors. society. In this field, a professional practitio ner or researcher is called
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