The mental game is like frosting on the cake. I think coaches have been doing the mental game throughout their coaching career, but what we did in Heads-Up Baseball was provide a structure and a framework where this related to that and they can see that. Good coaches coach the mental game. What has changed is the environment that athletes are brought up in. We were talking about this in spring training. Many of our US players have never had a summer job.
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Patrick Cohn interviews Dr. Ken Ravizza about his approach to mental coaching. This podcast is a special preview of one of 14 interviews with nationally recognized top sports psychologists. In this excerpt, Dr. Ravizza talks about his progression in his career. Ravizza has been hired by many other international Olympic organizations, including the Dutch, Italian, Czech, Spanish and German National baseball and softball organizations.
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Ken Ravizza on the Importance of Observation
I had the pleasure to interview my friend and mentor, Dr. Ken Ravizza a few years ago as we were preparing for the Peaksports bookcamp…. I asked him who influenced him the most in his career. I mean just a whole bunch. And faces are flashing by the head, Wes Sime. Are you that bad that you need every call by the officials, that you need every play made by your teammates? Are you that bad?
The KR70: 70 Lessons From My Mentor Ken Ravizza
I was a year-old college baseball player rehabbing from a shoulder surgery, and I happened to be in Boston with four friends from Alaska whom I had met that summer at The University of Vermont where I was working as a residential assistant while they were in town doing an internship for IBM. I read the boxes in the book that give you the CliffsNotes version and, for the first time in my life, bought and read a book. I received a handwritten letter from Ken in August and was on a plane to California for a visit in November. On Sunday, July 8, — Ken passed away due to a heart attack. Though there is only one guarantee in life, and that is that none of us will be here forever, you can never fully prepare to lose a loved one. Losing Ken has been hard; there is no way to say it. And I know many others have been rocked by it as well:.
Peak Performance in Sports with Dr. Ken Ravizza
Ken Ravizza, a Cal State Fullerton professor who was among the leading sports psychologists in the nation and a guru of sorts for dozens of major league baseball players, died Sunday night, six days after suffering a heart attack while driving in Orange County. He was Ravizza worked with the Angels for about 15 years, from to , where he developed a close relationship with then-Angels coach Joe Maddon, who went on to become manager of the Tampa Bay Rays in and the Chicago Cubs in Maddon retained Ravizza as a mental skills coach for several years in Tampa Bay, and Ravizza followed Maddon to Chicago, where several Cubs players credit Ravizza for his work in helping them win the World Series. Ravizza worked individually with players on other teams and often maintained ties with former Cal State Fullerton players such as Dodgers third baseman Justin Turner, who went on to play in the big leagues.