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Our thoughts and emotions play a huge role in how we perform. The purpose of sport psychology is to learn how to use your mind to your advantage through mental and emotional skills. Learning how your individual mind works, your tendencies, how you processes information, and then the strategies to control these mental components, you will vastly increase your chances of peak performance and entering into a flow state (being in the zone).

Here are some common mental skills and concepts involved with mental training:  

  • Building Confidence

  • Thriving under pressure

  • Handling anxiety/nervousness

  • Regulating energy levels

  • Increasing Motivation

  • Developing Self-Awareness

  • Growth Mindset

  • Mindfulness

  • Imagery/visualization

  • Pre-performance routines

  • Present moment focus

  • Goal setting

  • Creating new habits

  • Leadership

  • Resilience

  • Emotional Agility

  • Mental Toughness

  • Pushing through pain

  • Optimism

  • Recovering from injury

  • Sustained attention

Chris Paul on Importance of Training the Mind

Navy Seals and MLB Players Discussing Mental Training