Reclaim the Game

Reclaim the Game is a movement to take back sport and make it what it was meant to be, a means for developing virtue. It can help you perform to your full potential: physically, mentally, spiritually.

“World-class performance and virtue are not mutually exclusive!” – Dr. Bill Thierfelder

thierfelder book Sport and VirtueReclaim the Game has been one of Dr. Bill Thierfelder’s key initiatives at Belmont Abbey College.

In addition to working with our athletic teams through workshops and his weekly podcast, he recently published Less Than a Minute to Go: The Secret to World-Class Performance in Sport, Business, and Everyday Life through St Benedict Press. All proceeds from the sale of the book will be donated to Belmont Abbey College.

His weekly podcasts, “Playing with Fire,” are also posted to his Twitter feed. Click here to read about SPD at Belmont Abbey College from the student newspaper, The Crusader. Watch a video of one of Dr. Thierfelder’s student-athlete workshops, also featured in The Crusader.

 


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Lesson Learned from Baseball: There are No Accidents, Only Divine Providence

Thursday April 24th, 2014 04:02:54 PM
Divine Providence is always at work and, more often than not, beyond our ability to predict or understand ...

Highlighting the Virtuous Value of Baseball

Wednesday April 16th, 2014 02:30:36 PM
The joy of playing does not need to be sacrificed in the name of competition. On the contrary, the joy ...

Tolerating Pain with a Purpose

Wednesday March 19th, 2014 03:38:15 PM
Every athlete has had to deal with pain from injury or pain from the sacrifice required to train and ...

Making Peak Performance a Common Occurrence

Tuesday March 4th, 2014 06:50:45 PM
During this year’s March Madness tournament, we’re going to see some fantastic athleticism. ...

How Focus Effects Mental and Physical Strength

Wednesday February 12th, 2014 05:27:11 PM
If world-class speed has a mental component, then so does strength. And one of the most interesting demonstrations ...






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