Fragile Confidence in Volleyball – Video

When Momentum Changes in Volleyball Games

In this week’s “PeakSports Video,” Dr. Patrick Cohn and Dr. Megan Melchiorre, start a new mental game video series for volleyball coaches, players and parents. They discuss the psychology of volleyball and some of the challenges that volleyball players have.

Do you struggle with fragile self-confidence in games?

In this video, Dr. Cohn and Dr. Megan discuss: When perfectionist volleyball players struggle with self-confidence and momentum changes in games.

COHN: We’re going to talk about perfectionists that tend to lose confidence quickly. In other words, they make a mistakes, mess up and then their confidence gets thrown out the window.

Watch Dr. Cohn and Dr. Megan’s mental coach video to learn more about staying confident through momentum changes in games:

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