Optimal sports training requires dedication, determination, persistence and practise, but there are only so many hours a day that the body can train physically.  When muscles tire, physical co-ordination loses precision and muscle memory becomes indistinct.

Advanced Mental Rehearsal (visualisation) skills training will teach:

  • precise imagery training that sharpens the focus for physical muscle memory
  • enhanced concentration, mental stamina, increased energy
  • techniques to model the attributes of your sporting heroes and incorporate them into your game
  • game planning strategies and flexibility to change to win
  • motivation for lasting positive mental attitude
  • relaxation techniques that banish performance anxiety and mental blockages

Learn how to built deep team spirit, align team values and communicate of a level where your team operates as one machine (even single athletes have a team behind the scenes)

The physical aspect of the sport can only take you so far,  The mental aspect has to kick in, especially when you’re talking about the best of the best. In the Olympic Games, everyone is talented. Everyone trains hard. Everyone does the work. What separates the gold medallists from the silver medallists is simply the mental game.

Olympic gold medal-winning gymnast Shannon Miller during an interview with the Dana Foundation.

Train your mind like you train your body.  Sports are 90 per cent mental and 10 per cent physical, so train in proportion.  Only when you win in your mind, will you win on the field

Sharon Glasswell

Director, You The Conqueror

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