Mental Toughness Training For Peak Sport Performance
If you are part of a team, it’s important to use your teammates as a resource. It’s common for a team to debrief after an event, but to stop some problems before they start, try doing a “pre-brief.”
Sit down with your team before the season begins and discuss how you have worked together as a team in the past and how you hope to do so in the future. I’m not suggesting you get all warm and fuzzy, talk about caring and sharing, or end the meeting in a group hug; I’m suggesting that you talk about any issues that might come up during the season that could be a problem or how others on the team can help you. If you perform better by spending some time alone before a competition rather than getting too worked up at the team pep talk, you should make your team aware of this too. If you have any concerns about your role on the team or being ready for a competition, let your team know how they could help you out. Deal with this stuff now and you won’t have to deal with it later after something has become a problem.
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