You can benefit from mental coaching when you know you perform better in practice compared to competition.
In addition, mental coaching can help if you:
- Perform inconsistently in competition.
- Lose self-confidence.
- Become distracted easily.
- Get upset easily after mistakes.
- Feel tight or anxious in competition.
- Can’t have fun or enjoy sports.
- Can’t take your skills to competition.
- Perform “safe” or tentatively.
- Have a fear of making mistakes.
- Worry too much about what others think.
Mental Performance Coaching can also help teams and coaches by enhancing confidence, improving focus, increasing practice efficiency and building team unity.
It also can help your team avoid slumps. Your team can also learn how to communicate better with each other and a coach. You’ll learn how athletes can work together and support each other.