How To Focus During Your Warm-Up Routine – Peaksports Video

Concentrate Before The Game

In “Sessions with Doc,” Dr. Patrick Cohn answers your sports psychology and mental training questions about focus in competition.

Here’s the question Dr. Cohn answers this week about how to concentrate while warming up for competition:

PAULA ASKS: “I have a hard time focusing fully on my warmup and my horse. I find I let outside distractions interfere with my warmup before I go into the ring. I would like to get into the zone where I am only aware of my horse and not any outside distractions. What do you think I should focus on during the warm-up so I can perform my best?”

Watch the video below to hear what Dr. Cohn has to say about how to focusing during a warmup.

Video on Focusing on Your Warmup

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