InnerDrive Sports Blog


How to practice properly at home: a sport psychologist's guide

With sport taking a backseat for a while, many of you will be trying to practice at home. No matter what sport you play, practicing at home can be a

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Looking after your mental health and keeping your edge during lockdown

With the country in lockdown and sport of all kinds cancelled or postponed, we are certainly in unprecedented times. Understandably, there are lots

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What can Olympic athletes do now that Tokyo 2020 is postponed?

On Tuesday evening, the unprecedented decision was made to postpone the Tokyo 2020 Olympics until 2021. This was the right call - everyone’s safety

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What the best athletes do after a competition

In sports, people often talk about the importance of preparation before a competition. Having a clear routine can be helpful to make you feel more

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6 ways to help your team bounce back after a defeat

Most people in sports agree that momentum is important. For years, fans, pundits, coaches and players have stressed just how crucial it is for a team

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How to win the 6 nations

This weekend will mark the beginning of the 2020 Six Nations tournament, which promises to be especially exciting. With so many new faces in squads

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A look back at InnerDrive's 2019 in sport psychology

It’s getting colder outside and we’re getting really excited about Boxing Day football - the end of the year is the ideal time for all of us to take

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9 questions to ask yourself before you compete

How you talk to yourself in the lead up to and during competition will affect how you feel and subsequently how you perform. When we speak with our

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The surprising impact of red cards on footballers

With the football season back up and running and games coming thick and fast, we have already seen a number of red cards, not to mention the two red

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What You Can Learn from Paralympic Champions

In Rio 2016, Team GB finished second in the medal table. Our Paralympians have been labelled as ‘The Super-Humans’, but what psychological skills

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