As a professional or high level sports person, I want you to consider your current reality in terms of your performance.
Before lockdown, was your performance where you wanted it to be?
Do you look at others thinking you’re better than them but for some reason, things aren’t working out for you?
Are you a football (soccer) player that’s hit a slump and is struggling to hit the target?
Are you a defender but attackers are getting the better of you?
You’re current reality is only a blip and can be overcome quickly.
You don’t need to spend hours in the gym
You don’t need to practice more
All you need is an open mind to learning, and before your dismiss this concept, let me tell you a story or two about how quickly you’re able to improve.
A few years ago I worked with a pro basketball player. He was averaging around 5 points a game.
He was in a slump by his own admission.
Something needed to change.
Did he have to spend hours shooting the ball?
Did he have to work on his technical ability?
Did he have to practice under extreme circumstances?
All he had to do was have a shift in perception.
I helped him create that shift in mental perception in about 45 minutes all the while he was sat comfortably in the privacy of his own home, which led to him exploding in his next game for 20 points and hitting an unprecedented 100% from the field!
Imagine how a struggling striker, unable to hit a strike rate that’s expected of them, can benefit from these techniques?
Defenders – Here’s a story for you.
I worked with a player in the USA, a semi-professional who was only curious about my new ground-breaking program.
So we worked together over 6 weeks, talking for an hour. Again she was in the comfort of her own home and we talked over Skype (way before the Zoom explosion!)
Her curiosity and ability to have an open mind to learning allowed her to win her first ever MVP!
Imagine as a professional player, how this improvement can help your career?
To improve quickly doesn’t involve strenuous physical workouts
To improve quickly doesn’t involve training more specifically
To improve quickly involves shifting your mindset.
I want to help you shift your mindset and in this period of lockdown, now is the perfect time for professional players to focus on developing their mental strength using two proven strategies.
If you have an interest in player development either as a sports psychologist, player liaison officer, manager or team mate, or owner, then I invite you to tell me what you think needs to improve for players you know, then let’s have a chat.
Apply for your consultation at https://elitesportsminds23.org
Do it now in the comfort of your own home over Zoom, in preperation for when the season starts again and you’ll get a head start over the competition.
Take it easy