Welcome to Day 3 of #MT30! See below to check out our training for #MT30 Days 1 and 2. Now for today's tip...
Coaches often ask me, "Lindsey, can I apply what I'm learning in your trainings to my younger athletes?" To which I respond YES! But, there are some tips that can really help you implement these tools in a way that makes sense with young athletes.
So let's start with one of the most useful mental training tools: Visualization (if you don't know where to start, the BRAVR method is a great focusing tool- you can download here). In order to teach younger athletes visualization, it's important to do it in a way that’s easily accessible and fun for them. Here are some tips on introducing younger athletes to visualization.
4 Tips for Teaching Visualization to any age
One of the biggest barriers to visualization is pressure. Remove that barrier by letting them know that their minds will wander, and it’s okay. Make the exercise fun, and pressure-free.
Have you taught visualization to your athletes? Tell us about your experience below!
And make sure to check out our previous blogs from #MT30:
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