When Missing Shots Early in Game – Video

How to Stay Confident in Your Shot

Do you lose confidence and stop shooting after you miss early in the game? Learn how to keep your confidence and keep shooting when missing.

In this sports psychology video, Dr. Cohn helps teach athletes how to keep their confidence after missing early in the game. Many athletes struggle staying confident after missing early in the game. It is important to trust in your skills even when you are missing.

In addition, Dr. Cohn talks about having fragile confidence and how that impacts your shot. Watch the video below and learn how to play aggressively instead of passively.

Video on Overcoming Fragile Confidence

Related Sports Psychology Articles

*Subscribe to The Sports Psychology Podcast on iTunes
*Subscribe to The Sports Psychology Podcast on Spotify
*Subscribe to Peak Performance Sports on Youtube

Download a free sports psychology report to improve your mental game!

Learn more about our one-on-one mental game coaching.

The Confident Athlete

The Confident Athlete Audio

“The Confident Athlete” consists of 2 audio programs that include 14 days of confidence fueling exercises and a simple to follow workbook that guides you through the 14 days, helps you apply the strategies, and customizes the exercises to your personal needs.

Let me help you put a stop to the confidence leak. You can learn to have greater levels of confidence in competition than you do in practice by identifying the specific ways you undermine your own confidence and how to convert your practice confidence into COMPETITIVE CONFIDENCE.

“The Confident Athlete” is a ground-breaking system to teach you how to think like a champion and have ultimate self-confidence every time you step on the playing field, court, track, or course. The confident athletes was developed for any athlete – junior to professional –that wants to gain confidence. However, coaches and sports parents can learn how to teach others to perform with ultimate confidence. Use my program if you want to bust a slump or just wanting higher or more consistent levels of self-confidence.

Leave a Comment