Good day to all. I would like to discuss with you such an ambiguous topic, sports psychology and Kyokushin.
IMHO. It seems to me that nowadays more and more involved (especially newbies) are Described as sport. This implies ignorance of the basics of philosophy which is based on Kyokushinkai and as a consequence ignorance of the methods of spiritual, mental and psychological preparation. M. Oyama, the phrase "Karate is Zen, Zen is karate" for a larger number of students. At the same time educate people in the Spirit of Zen, few people has the right in Russia.
Competitions of any rank, no doubt, are a serious stress for the person. Especially important psychological preparation for high-level competitions. I don't forget about the "Spirit of OSU", but for his awareness and feeling of need, again, to delve deeply into the philosophy of the East, which most of our athletes don't do.
In connection with the above, I would like to hear your opinion on the issue: Do Kyokushinkai in sports the use of sports psychology and, as a consequence, specialized sports psychologists? Always amuses me how people sometimes mix psychology, mysticism and all esoterico - responding everything as if it's the same thing. Always amuses me how people sometimes mix psychology, mysticism and all esoterica
And amuses me. :o) Especially you :o)
But man, as I understand it, it is definitely asked. And if you're in your BR can't see that for others the "Spirit of OSU" or spiritual preparation is also THEIR BR (in your language), it means you're for nothing in our argument so painted the advantages of different BR. :o) What a one-sided approach you? Leave others the right to their own BR. The main thing - that it was useful. Only REAL benefit, of course.
And yet... WHERE did you see that he smaxivaet these concepts? Just, IMHO, he clearly shares.
P. S. just In case I hasten to inform that not especially waiting for the post with you. Just saw another of yours... KGM... your inattention ;o) Do Kyokushinkai in sports the use of sports psychology and, as a consequence, specialized sports psychologists?
Yes, definitely need. Thank you for your comment, a Great Warrior. Glad laugh. But I don't see the mixing of concepts in the statement. And Your comments don't see even an attempt of answer to the question. I ask You to substantiate your statement, if not difficult. And after reviewing your previous work, still, hope to see Your opinion on the topic of the forum.
A_ndre Thank you for Your reply, A_ndre.
Would like to expand the topic of the following matters: - in any form possible (need) organization of the work of psychologists? - what tasks are the primary? - how to prepare a sports psychologist for Kyokushin? - how to be a sports psychologist Kyokushin? What image would be most adequate? - in any form possible (need) organization of the work of psychologists?
I mean? In the very immediate! ;o)) the psychologist Comes to practice and watches, AS do adepts. The behaviour involved