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- Are you performing well in practice, but having trouble when you compete?
- Do you find yourself choking under pressure?
- You can’t get a bad experience out of your head?
- Is there something sets you off and ruins your performance?
These situations, and so many more, are common frustrations in sports.
Most people can learn the physical game of their chosen sport, but the real advantage in any sport, is the mental game.
Winning the mental game is when you have performed your best under pressure, and are reaching your potential when you compete..
Winning the Mental Game is the secret to your performance.
Remember when you first learned to swim, ride a bike or drive a car?
At first, it’s hard because you have to remember so many things and keep track of it all. Then one day, it all comes together and you can swim, cycle and drive without thinking about it at all.
That’s because the entire program is stored in muscle memory.
So what gets in the way?
PRESSURE. When pressure shows up it often causes problems and now you try to figure out how to “fix it.”
You read a book, you watch videos, you “will” yourself to do better. But, all these things, including “toughing it out” don’t work.
This is because you have built up one or more limiting beliefs about your ability to perform.
- Increase your motivation
- Develop stamina, both mental and physical
- Transform pre-competition nervousness/anxiety into an asset
- Increase your endurance
- Program the success you desire
- Remove blocks and hesitations
- And so much more…
'I'm so glad I found you. With your help, I finally conquered my fear of hurting myself when I raced in a competition. My running time has improved dramatically, and I’m confident I’ll place well in my next race. Thank you soooo much." J. L.
"I always thought my knee injury was holding me back on my motorcycle, since I wasn’t making the improvements my coach and I thought I should be making. No one was more surprised than I, when you helped me discover my underlying reasons for not moving forward. Now my form, my speed and my confidence have improved so much, my coach can’t believe how much progress I have made in such a short period of time. I can’t thank you enough." A.H.