A Mentally Prepared Athlete is a Relaxed Athlete


The Relaxed Athlete

Wow, the upcoming release of “The Relaxed Athlete” has completely swamped me… and the momentum is so crazy that I can’t wait for April 1. “The Relaxed Athlete,” is the cream of the crop in the Confident Athlete Series. Seriously. I’m really excited about this puppy – it will blow your socks off. It’s loaded with my best pregame strategies.

We just finished the workbook and spent two days recording the CDs. Almost out of my hands – off to the printer and duplicator. The pre-release “sneak peek” videos and report has taken over my life, but in a good way. If you missed my preview videos, you can see them here:


The bottom line… I’m staying up way too late. I am not complaining. All this work and no play is good for my brain. In any case, I wanted to explain why I have combined two programs into one unique program.

Most of my readers requested that I produce “The Relaxed Athlete” over “The Mentally Prepared Athlete.” I had several readers ask me, “Aren’t these two programs really the same? ‘The Relaxed Athlete’ would be great, but wouldn’t being mentally prepared lead to ultimate relaxation?” This was superb insight and THE reason I value my readers input on the direction of The Confident Athlete series. So, here’s the 411 on my new program…

You will learn my top mental game strategies to have a poised and relaxed attitude about competition. I do this by helping you develop a mental preparation routine or warm-up routine. So, you learn all my strategies on both fronts – my top mental preparation strategies. I don’t want to “spill the beans” right now… but I think you’re going to be very happy.

I have a third preview video planned for later this week. I am going to share one cool strategy can literally change your mindset 180 degrees before competition. If you have not seen my first two videos, go here now to watch them:



Patrick J. Cohn, Ph.D.,
Master Mental Game Coach

p.s. Don’t forget to download my free PDF report after you check out my preview videos. It’s called, “The 10 ‘Deadly’ Mistakes Athletes Make With Their Pregame Attitude” You’ll learn the top 10 mental game mistakes that athletes make prior to competition the top six objectives of your pre-competition preparation.


Boost Your Self-Confidence With Mental Game Coaching!

Master mental game coach, Dr. Patrick Cohn, can help you or your athlete(s), ages 12 and up, overcome mental game issues with personal coaching.

You can work with Dr. Patrick Cohn himself in Orlando, Florida or via Skype, FaceTime, or telephone. Call us toll free at 888-742-7225 or contact us for more information about the different coaching programs we offer!

What are our students saying?

“WOW!!! What a week I had. I was able to perform with a confidence that allowed my style to shine through–no more entering the arena with that “deer in the headlights” look or feeling. I stopped evaluating myself while I was performing, and I actually left the arena after my patterns feeling like I had experienced a lot of fun. Thank you so much.”
~Julia Dreyer, National Champion Equestrian

Improve Pregame Mental Preparation!

Do you become too tight to perform your best because you worry about embarrassing yourself or making mistakes in the game?

Do you have trouble sleeping the night before competition, cant eat before you compete, or are so anxious and tense stepping onto the field, court, course, or track that you are already tired or spent before competition starts?

Check out The Relaxed Athlete!

The Relaxed Athlete CD and workbook program is a 14-day plan for optimal mental preparation. This program is ideal for any athlete that wants to overcome pregame anxiety, worry, or excess tension and learn to perform with poise.

Learn more about one of our most popular CD programs in The Confident Athlete Series…

The Relaxed Athlete: A 14-Day Plan For Optimal Mental Preparation

What are customers saying?

“I purchased ‘The Confident Athlete’ and ‘The Focused Athlete.’ Wow! You REALLY know what you are talking about! Mentally speaking – problems, difficulties, challenges, and insurmountable mountains have been washed away as a result of nothing more than following your guidance. I honestly feel myself progressing each day toward my potential! If only I had known about this sooner! Thank you so very much Dr. Cohn!”
~Randall Estes

Check out all of the products in The Confident Athlete Series!

For Young Athletes and Parents – Learn More About How to Help Kids Improve Confidence Quickly!

We’ve got a great program for you called “The Confident Sports Kid: A 7-Day Plan for Building Ultimate Self-Confidence.”

The Confident Sports Kid is a 7-day program for sports parents and kids to boost young athlete’s performance, happiness and success… in sports and life!

The Confident Sports Kid is two programs in one. There’s a manual and CD for parents/coaches, and a workbook/CD for young athletes.

Packed with mental strategies that you and your kids can start using immediately, this program teaches your athletes how to identify confidence busters, proactively deal with them, manage expectations that undermine confidence, and mentally prepare to stay confident when faced with adversity.

What’s more, our program teaches you, as sports parents and coaches, how you may be hurting your kids’ confidence and gives you instructions for changing your behavior in ways that will improve your athletes’ performance, confidence and enjoyment.

Learn more about one of our most popular CD programs in The Confident Sports Kid Series

The Confident Sports Kid: A 7-Day Plan for Building Ultimate Self-Confidence

Check out all of our products in The Confident Sports Kid Series!

What are parents and coaches saying about our program?

“I appreciate the advice to parents as to how to help your child become more mentally resilient to bullying in sports. The specific advice and scenarios are extremely helpful for any child on a team and very helpful in guiding parents, coaches and administrators in how to deal with bullying in sports. I cannot thank you enough for your input, and I am so reassured to know that there are people like you who are writing articles and doing interviews on such timely and important matters.”
~Julie Goot

“Dr. Patrick Cohn and Lisa Cohn are to be congratulated! Together, they offer a wealth of knowledge, information, and practical mental tools for sports parents on the substantial “mental game” challenges and pressures facing today’s young athletes.”
~Marc D. Anderson, LCSW, MGCP, Mental Game Coach

Athlete's Mental EdgeFor Mental Coaches – Add More Value To Your Mental Training Programs!

This workbook series was designed for coaches and mental coaches to use with their athletes.

The Athlete’s Mental Edge workbooks complement your existing mental training program. Each of the 15 workbooks in the Athlete’s Mental Edge System teaches your athletes a specific mental skill to improve their performance.

For mental coaches, this system is ideal for between session education.

For sports coaches, you’ll be able to conduct 15 team seminars using the workbook system.

In the Athlete’s Mental Edge workbook system, you receive 15 easy-to-read, practical Mental Edge Workbooks on PDF, as well as 16 coaches’ game plan MP3 audio files.

Athlete’s Mental Edge Workbook System

What are coaches saying?

“I am really pleased with the Athlete’s Mental Edge workbooks – they are fitting in really well with my coaching! I find they offer a great framework for doing workshop sessions. I have also used the workbooks with a few individual athletes – for the younger ones (12 and under). They are giving a good structure and framework to our sessions. The workbooks have worked well with all of them!”
~Kerri Morgan, Mental Game Coach

“I am impressed with the willingness and openness of Dr. Cohn to share all of his assets (intellectual, products, etc.) with the MGCP students. You have developed an incredible model/package for mental training. Even though we are paying for your service, you are passing on a legacy built on your contribution to the world of sports. Thank you for that.”
~Tony Melito, MGCP

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