How To Have Effortless Speed in Races
New this week, I’m introducing a video series called “Mindset for Sports: Case Studies in Sports Psychology.”
In this sports psychology case study series, you’ll learn about the challenges and mental training solutions of real life athletes I’ve worked with to improve their mental game (the names have been changed for privacy).
In my first case study, you’ll learn about a club swimmer named John. John is a 15-year-old who wants to qualify for a national championship. John’s biggest challenge was not performing in meets as well as he was capable of in practice. In other words, his race times were slower than his practice times.
Watch the video below to hear what Dr. Cohn has to say about Having Effortless Speed in Races.
Video on Case Study
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