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Improve your team, club or group’s mental game
Target Audience: Sports teams, clubs, national or regional sport bodies’ squads or any group of athletes that wish to improve their performance
- Have a good solid understanding of the role of mental skills in sport performance
- Learn how to apply mental skills in a game
- Learn a variety of mental skills
- Have fun
Objective: Improve team performance, mental skills and cohesion.
Target Audience: Any team or squad that performs together over a season or year.
- Each individual will better understand their own performance
- Better understand their team mates
- Better understand how they can work together more effectively for better performance
- Improve dynamics between players and coaches and other support staff
Objective: Assist coaches in making their players mentally stronger.
Target Audience: Coaches working with teams or a variety of individual players. For coaches of all sporting codes.
- Improve your ability to get the best out of
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- Maximise the effectiveness of your relationship with your athletes