How to Use Visualization for Confidence in Sports

In this week’s sports psychology podcast, mental game of sports expert, Dr. Patrick Cohn, answers a question from an athlete who wants to know how to best use visualization to boost confidence in sports!

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2 thoughts on “How to Use Visualization for Confidence in Sports”

  1. Hello Dr. Cohn,

    I certainly realize that we should’ve addressed this MONTHS ago. My husband will be doing his first Ironman Triathlon in less than 2 weeks. At this late point in time, what 2 or 3 things would you advise him to do, to give him a psychological edge?

    Thank you kindly for any input,

    Birgit Dommen

  2. Mental training is not about a quick fix for competition. We look at mental training as a long term process of education to help athletes improve their understanding of the important mental skills for competition.

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