May 27 2017


Today we introduce a sports psychologist Nikola Mijušković, which will be involved in all shifts on the camp.

Nikola will through lectures and interactive debates to help young athletes to cope with all the trials and obstacles. Topics such activities would aim to motivate individuals, improve their self-confidence, dedication to basketball, to build a culture of training as an essential component of sports success, relaxation techniques, visualization technique, the struggle with social pressures and the opinions of other people gaining access to the most common factors lead to success and failure, correctly reasoning failures and defeats in life and sport.

Nikola Mijušković, born 21.10.1988. in Niksic. He graduated in Psychology at the Faculty of Philosophy in Niksic, and in the meantime acquired the title of Master of Business Psychology. Since 2012 continuously performs individual counseling work with athletes and held lectures in the field of sports psychology. He currently lives in Niksic, and was employed in the NGO Revival, engaged in the fight against addictions and promoting healthy lifestyles.
Nikola has its own blog where you can find very interesting topics.

The camp participants will be acquainted with the basic message that sports psychology gives athletes. This means that it will be discussed on the structure of their motivation and how to always be directed towards their own and collective progress. The paradigm of hard work is athletic and psychological success, so this theme permeate through every lecture, through a series of practical examples from the history of the sport. Very common psychological problems in the real sport, fear of failure and self-confidence will also be specially treated in lectures, with practical advice on how to cope with these negative aspects. The concept of delay satisfaction is extremely rare processing topic in sports circles, but the core of sports and life success, but she will find a place in the lecturing part. Lectures will be the perfect place to interact with young people, and encourage all present to be active protagonists and through the exchange of experiences, learn together.

Also emphasize that each lecture will be open to the public, and on this occasion we invite all interested parties to attend, and we will announce before each shift topics that will be in class.