"The mind is the limit. As long as the mind can envision the fact that you can do something, you can do it, as long as you really believe 100 percent."

— Arnold Schwarzenegger

Every athlete wants to get better.

If you are like most athletes, you work hard at the fundamentals of your sport.  You weight train and condition.  You have goals and dreams – maybe for the upcoming season.  Maybe to play at the next level.   Whatever your goal, your mental game will have the most impact on your journey…and your enjoyment.

“Mental toughness is an acquired skill and not an inherited gift.”

— Chris Evert, 18-time Grand Slam Tennis Champion

Boost your Mental Skills Game

and build your mental toughness in as little as 3 months!

Have you ever…

  • Had negative thoughts racing through your mind while you were trying to make a play?
  • Felt so nervous that it hurt your performance?
  • Had a difficult time letting go of a mistake – especially if it was at a crucial time or in a big game?
  • Found it hard to maintain focus and concentration… especially after making a poor play, or a bad game?
  • Allowed a fear of failure keep you from doing what you really want to accomplish?
  • Felt like your worry of making a mistake, makes you make another mistake?
  • Had the fear of making a bad shot result in you changing your swing, leading to another bad shot?
  • Lost confidence to the point you began to worry that you might not ever get it back?
  • FFelt like you “choked” under pressure at “crunch time”.
  • Felt like your mounting frustrations were beginning to take the “joy” out of playing the game?

"To uncover your true potential, you must first find your own limits and then you have to have the courage to blow past them."

—  Picabo Street, 3-time USA Olympic Skier; Gold Medalist, World Champion

Most athletes have the physical tools to reach their goals, but their mental skills are holding them back.

When should they think about working with a Mental Training Consultant?

  • Focus: A major key for achieving consist high-level performance is the managing of distractions.
  • Strong mental skills all add up to what all athletes seek to achieve in competition.
  • When you're in control of your mental game you can see your physical game more clearly. Control: The ability to stay focused, to stay composed and maintain self-confidence.
  • Do you seem to perform well in practice, but struggle when in actual competition?
  • Do you try to work on your mental game, but just can’t seem to get better at it?
  • How consistent do you achieve that perfect mental state of, “Relaxed concentration”? ….especially at important times?
  • How good are you at “visualizing” your next play?
  • Good players know that “Feel” is as much a mental skill as it is a physical/technical skill. Do you know how to improve your mental “feel” for the game?
  • The best performances are a blend of the mental with the technical. Are you missing shots because of your struggles with the mental side of your game?
  • Do you want to get better at mentally managing your way through a game/match?

"Today I will do what others won’t so tomorrow I can accomplish what others can’t."

— Jerry Rice, 3-time Super Bowl Champion; 10-time 1st Team All-Pro

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