Mental Toughness Training
January 1, 2019 - January 1, 2025
Mental Toughness – Team Edition
How Champions are Built
Mental Toughness is one of the 4 Pillars of High Performance and often the least utilized. Most coaches focus on the Technical/Tactical pillar during games and practices, the Physical Pillar during dry land training, and the Social/Emotional Pillar with team building activities. We know the longer an athlete competes, physical skill and athletic ability soon level out. Forward thinking coaches will tap into the one area that can be elevated and enhanced in ALL athletes, regardless of physical or athletic ability; Mental Toughness. It’s not only a sport skill; it’s a life skill.
My Team Edition allows the coach to take my content, my experience and expertise and deliver it directly to the athletes. Simply follow the supplied User Manual and apply the Mental Toughness concepts to yourself and your team.
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Mental Toughness – Athlete Edition
How Champions are Built
Sport, just like life, is tough. It is full of problems, frustrations and disappointments. But sport also offers a wonderful opportunity to build resilience and learn to deal with difficulties and come out tougher, better, and smarter than you were before. When you understand that problems are part of sport, you learn not to fear them but solve them. You learn to step up and tackle those problems rather than avoid them or become discouraged. You learn that you are much stronger than you think, especially when you are equipped with an effective Mental Toughness toolkit.
“We want our children to successfully deal with the difficulties that sport and life present and learn to embrace risk and discomfort because they have the tools to handle both. We can teach them to rise above frustration and disappointment and see that mistakes and setbacks are temporary – simply a problem to be solved. When they understand that mistakes are part of sport and all problems have a solution, they learn to become the super-hero in their own lives, step up and save themselves. When they are prepared to save themselves, it does not guarantee a gold medal, but it does build self-esteem, character, grit and resilience. I am convinced these are gold medal attributes on the Podium of Life.”
– Shawnee Harle
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