Learning to Trust in Your Skills
In “Sessions with Doc,” Dr. Patrick Cohn answers your sports psychology and mental training questions about Helping Ball Players Trust In Their Skills In Games.
Do you find yourself often performing better in practice than you do in competition?
This is a number one reason why athletes come to see us at Peak Performance Sports because they know they’re under performing compared to what they’re capable of in practice.
Today I’m previewing The Fearless Athlete CD and workbook program which gives you all my strategies for how to take your practice game to competition.
Here’s the question Dr. Patrick Cohn answers this week:
How can you help your athletes bring their practice game to competition?
Watch the video below to hear what Dr. Cohn has to say about Helping Ball Players Trust In Their Skills In Games.
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What are our students saying?
“I Can Deal With Stress and Pressure”
“With your help, I have been able to deal with stress and pressure of the game of baseball more efficiently. I have learned to help me keep my focus and disregard negative thoughts and energies. This process focus will keep me from getting my head in the way of my performance, from working against myself. Thanks for your help. I look forward to speaking with you again.”
~Keith Donnell, college baseball player
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What are mental game customers saying?
“Ty has started nine games this season, and he is 6-0, with a 2.6 ERA. Two weeks ago he pitched a 9-inning shutout, breaking his school’s record with 17 strikeouts. For his efforts he was named NJCAA Division I National Pitcher of the Week. He’s in a real good place mentally. The mental game skills you taught him about mental preparation, eliminating expectation, and staying in the moment have been the keys to his success. The thing I have noticed most is his improved consistency. I have been amazed at the change in his mental game. I should have called you earlier to thank you personally.”
~Randy Sullivan, Ty’s Father
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Mental Game of Baseball Success Stories
“I currently play NCAA Division 1 Baseball, and even my coaches have noticed a change in the way that I approach the game; my attitude and confidence at the plate. Thank you for helping in my continuing goal to mental toughness.”
~Tylor Prudhomme, College Baseball Player
“Thank you very much for taking the time to speak with our team. It was greatly appreciated and really helped a lot. I found myself implementing your teachings in our first practice right after you left. I really enjoyed the way you implemented already known ideas, but gave us a different way of viewing it. Thank you.”
~Amber Prosser, Clark College Softball