Today I’m going to talk about 2 MUST HAVE exercises that you can use to limit the amount of stress you deal with before competition and performances!
Last month I released a video talking about the benefits athletes can get from visualization. This video is going to be about learning how to visualize so that you can maximize all those benefits.
I am going to take you step by step through how I train my athletes at the highest levels of sport how to become incredibly good at visualization.
I can’t tell you the number of times I meet an athlete and the only reason they aren’t getting the most out of themselves when it comes time to perform is…well themselves! They are their own worst enemy because of how they talk to themselves!
So today, we are going to break down exactly how you need to be talking to yourself to make sure that you aren’t making the same mistake.
An athlete’s ability to perform during competition is absolutely determined by their level of focus in that moment.
If you clicked on this video, I imagine you recognize this and you’re here to learn a few exercises to help you work on your ability to focus.
So let’s not waste any time because today, we’re gonna get better.
So a couple months ago I release a video entitled “15 Performance Crushing Signs of Sport Performance Anxiety” and the response was tremendous across social media and understandably so I had several people reach out wondering what they can do about it.
So in this video I’m going to break down 7 simple proven little tips that you can install today to either help you or one of your athletes better handle to sport performance anxiety.
So I’m not sure that there has been an athlete yet that has come to me that in one way shape or form that didn’t want to be more confident.
This is a topic that is talked about a TON in the sport psychology world and mental performance world and unfortunately very little of what's put out there for athletes to see ACTUALLY works.
So today we are going to talk about why that is and break down the biggest flaw in how athletes and performers think about confidence. We are going to talk about what confidence actually is and how you need to think about it. And finally we are going to break down actually tangible steps that you can take to create consistent confidence that actually lasts.
I had some coaches reach out to me on Facebook who were struggling to get their athletes to compete and I think they asked some great questions. To provide them with the most complete answer to their questions and probably some of yours I made this video.
So I recently received a great question from a coach regarding how to approach post game talks. This video contains my brutally honest answer as well as some brutally honest advice for parents and coaches regarding the post game talk.
We are finally getting sport seasons underway again and in the initial meetings with a lot of my teams when I ask them what is it that they want to work on almost every single team says they want to learn to be more confident. When I ask them what keeps them from being confident the most...one word comes up the most….doubt.
So, today I’m going to break down 3 simple steps that will help you smash through that doubt and be able to take more confident actions in those moment’s that matter to you.
Athletes at the highest level from Michael Phelps to Lebron James to Simone Biles have been quoted saying how Visualization is a powerful tool that has been a key to giving them an edge over their competition.
Today, I’m going to break down 7 proven ways visualization can elevate your performance so you can get that same kind of edge over your competition.