Athlete Mental Fitness
Utilizing fundamental sport psychology concepts, cognitive training, and holistic outlook to enhance performance and athlete well-being.
We must train our minds like we train our bodies.
Rest, recovery, nutrition, hydration, time management, energy balance, boundary setting.
Fostering self-awareness as your ultimate superpower. Harnessing the mind-body connection. Identifying roadblocks.
Motivation, goal-setting, reassess, re-evaluate.
embracing the process.
Our minds are powerful---so powerful that the thoughts they generate can often override our bodies. Part of mental fitness training is about taming this power of the mind so that the mind and body can work together efficiently and effectively. Learning how to identify thoughts, sensations and emotional reactions can prime the mind-body communication pathway. Your mind and body were designed to work together. Physical fitness components such as endurance, strength, speed, power and flexibility can be applied to the mind as well. Having a fit mind means being able to practice psychological flexibility... perspective, attitude, adaptability, and resiliency.