NCAA Division I Shortstop Tylor Prudhomm worried too much about how not to strike out at the plate. He struggled with his batting in baseball. He could not deal with getting a hit 1 in 4 attempts, a typical success rate at the plate. He was not satisfied with anything less than perfectionism. This caused him to try too hard in the batters box and lose his mental toughness at the plate…
He mindset was to avoid striking out, especially when he had one strike out already in the game. All this thinking resulted in a loss of “pop” and indecisive swing. After completing The Confident Athlete mental toughness programs, he started to improve his consistency. His confidence skyrocketed.
He focused on the things he could control during an at-bat. He let go of the things that he could not control. Even his coaches could see greater confidence in his play and asked him what he was doing because he looked like an entirely different player!
The biggest change was an improvement in his consistency from game to game. Listen to Tylor’s batting success story for yourself:
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Your Mental Preparation Coach,
Patrick J. Cohn, Ph.D., Master Mental Game Coach
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