To be successful in sport, athletes and coaches must adhere to the major expectations of doing whatever it takes to win. The power and performance model of sport requires athletes to dominate others through their power, view opponents as enemies, and consider the body to be a machine or weapon (Coakley, 2017). The pressure to align oneself to the expectations of the power and performance model of sport is referred to as deviant overconformity (Coakley, 2017) that occurs when athletes uncritically and unquestionably accept the norms associated with the sport ethic (Waldron & Krane, 2005). The sport ethic includes four components: athletes who (1) make sacrifices for the match or game, (2) strive to distinguish themselves from others, (3) accept the risks/danger associated with the sport, and (4) believe there are no limits in pursuit of success and winning (Hughes & Coakley, 1991).