As some of you may already know (if you’ve been following my tweets, you probably do), I took a sports psychology class this term at Carleton.
Our major assignment was to develop a psychological training plan for a professional athlete. I considered three players: Sidney Crosby (and the mental component to his injury rehabilitation), Roberto Luongo, and Ilya Bryzgalov.
As you can see, I chose the latter — mainly because of this. Here’s what I came up with.