What is required to excel in sports is often asked by individuals and teams alike. The common answers are:

  1. A quitter never wins and a winner never quits!
  2. Be mentally tough when it matters most.
  3. Sports persons who diligently train their minds play their best more consistently.
  4. Have supreme, unwavering confidence in your abilities.
  5. Winners are built by building character.
  6. Nothing like hard work and dedication, that gets you to the pinnacle.   
  7. It’s not the will to win that matters—everyone has that. It’s the will to prepare to win that matters.

The questions that constantly sports persons ask are:

  • How do you prepare mentally in practice and during training?
  • How do you maintain a winning mindset on the day of competition?
  • How do you manage your thoughts in the moment of action?
  • How do you deal with distractions?
  • How do you use the results of competition to build your character from event to event?
  • What is the courage to win?
  • How to be resilient in the face of adversity, challenges, and setbacks in competition"

The how to part seems to elude but a few. Most only keep on trying, never knowing why they could not excel.

Excelling in sports requires simple understanding, simple solutions and finally simple application of the available knowledge.

All these can be achieved simply by:

PROPER ACTION & PROPER ATTITUDE.


It is these two alone that determine whether you excel or not.



COURAGE IN SPORTS

COURAGE IN SPORTS

BOUNCING BACK FROM DEAFEAT

BOUNCING BACK FROM DEAFEAT

HOW TO CONTROL ANGER DURING A MATCH

HOW TO CONTROL ANGER DURING A MATCH

MIND TRAINING

MIND TRAINING

CONCENTRATION DURING A MATCH

CONCENTRATION DURING A MATCH

WINNING MINDSET FOR SPORTS

WINNING MINDSET FOR SPORTS

SELF DISCIPLINE

SELF DISCIPLINE

FEAR & SPORTS PERFORMANCE

FEAR & SPORTS PERFORMANCE

MENTAL SKILLS FOR SPORTS

MENTAL SKILLS FOR SPORTS

MENTAL SKILLS FOR SPORTS - DELHI (INDIA)

Mental skills like physical skills require practice and game time application to develop. Mental barriers include high expectations, perfectionism, fear of failure, lack of emotional control etc.

The control of the mind is more difficult than the control of physical skill. However, if dealt with properly the control of the mind can be achieved over a period of time.

After speaking to lots of sports persons in Delhi and the whole of India, I understood that they were not very keen for mental training as they felt it was weird or boring or something that made them feel that they were not normal.This is the perception they had.

However once the sports persons from Delhi and many parts of India started coming for my mental training classes, be it the sports shooters, cricketers, tennis players, golfers or others, they found mental training to be actually a game. Since the sports persons take to all games, as a fish takes to water, mind control became an interesting inner game that they could play and strengthen their mental skills.

Few of the important mental skills that sports persons need to acquire are:
1. To prepare mentally during practice as if it’s a real match.
2. To understand and maintain a winning mind set on the day of competition.
3. Managing your thoughts before, during and after competition.
4. Dealing with distractions on court.
5. Developing the courage to win.
6. Building resilience in the face of setbacks during and after competition.
7. Proper attitude towards life in general.

My results with sports persons in Delhi, India have vindicated my belief that mental
training has to be made into a game for it show great results.
Let the mind games begin !!!



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