- Familiarize the athlete with a competition site, a race course, a complex play pattern or routine etc.
- Motivate the athlete by recalling images of their goals for that session, or of success in a past competition or beating a competitor in competition
- Perfect skills or skill sequences the athlete is learning or refining
- Reduce negative thoughts by focusing on positive outcomes
- Refocus the athlete when the need arises e.g. if performance is feeling sluggish, imagery of a previous best performance or previous best event focus can help get things back on track
- See success where the athlete sees themselves performing skills correctly and the desired outcomes
- Set the stage for performance with a complete mental run through of the key elements of their performance to set the athlete's desired pre-competition feelings and focus.
Sunday, July 20, 2014
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