The biggest problem every athlete has is learning how to create unshakable confidence under pressure. Most sport psychologists will never tell you that virtually all athletes have the exact same reaction when they are not performing well.
First, they become frustrated and a bit angry.
Second, they lose their confidence, worried they’re going to get worse and worse.
Third, they tell themselves to ‘get over’ their loss of confidence put pressure on themselves to feel better, fast.
None of these reactions leads to consistent, magnificent athletic performance.
Performing your best under pressure in sport is a matter of emotional self-mastery in the key moments of competition.
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