Mental training is about improving one’s attitude and mental skills to help them perform their best by identifying limiting beliefs and embracing a healthier philosophy about their sport. Many athletes and coaches resist mental training because they do not understand how it can help them. In order for athletes to get the most out of their sport, it is critical for them to understand the value of improving their mental game. Athletes are more likely to embrace mental training when they understand it and its benefits. Our mental training programs aim to help players and coaches discover the benefits of mental training by highlighting the mental skills need to achieve peak performance, and underlining the mental barriers that limit success.
Our mental training programs are designed to:
1. Identify the mental barriers that limit performance.
2. Educate athletes on the mental skills needed to achieve peak performance.
3. Apply mental training strategies to enhance focus, confident, composure, and mental preparation.
The purpose of 0ur mental training programs are to instill:
• An awareness of the zone and the feelings associated with playing in the zone.
• High self-confidence or a strong belief in their skills or ability to play well.
• The ability to fully immersed in the task or totally concentrate in the present.
• A narrow focus of attention or the ability to focus on one specific thought without distraction.
• The ability to swing effortlessly or let it happen when it counts.
• Emotional control or the ability to remain calm under pressure.
• Clear and decisive mind or not over thinking and doubting their decisions.
• The ability to refocus or collect themselves after mistakes or errors.