4 results for tag: Mental Game Tips

Mental Game Tip 24: Fear and Performance Roadblocks

Most of the time, an athlete’s fear is worry related to poor results – whether prior to performance or during a performance. Athlete’s often fear the negative consequences of their performance. They worry about the things that are often not under their control.  The threat athlete’s feel can sometimes be irrational and ... More

Mental Game Tip 3: Pre-Execution Routines for Success

Pre-Execution Routines relate to the steps you follow that help you get control over your mental state and the environment you are competing in.  The routine helps you block out the distractions and allow your subconscious to communicate only the most important messages about execution of the skill to your conscious mind.  ... More

Mental Game Tip 2: Success is Based on the Environment You Control

Whenever we succeed at something we want to succeed at it again. Sometimes we look for reasons to support why we succeeded. I know it sounds strange, but when repetitive success is difficult to achieve we attach hopes and dreams to the things we believe are directly associated with our success like an apparatus configuration ... More

Mental Game Tip: Mental Preparation for Critical Games

"Mentally you know how to prepare yourself better for games and put the other stuff on the side and clear your mind for when the game starts. You're more aware of what matters and what doesn't. And you just know how to mentally prepare yourself for games and be ready to play when they do start. Because there is a lot of stuff ... More