Sports Psychology Podcast: Apply Your Practice to Competition

Sports Psychology Podcast

In this week’s sports psychology podcast, Dr. Cohn helps a young athlete who doesn’t remember what he’s learned in practice. Sports psychology expert, Dr. Patrick Cohn helps athletes rely on their training to perform their best. Dr. Cohn answers the following question in this month’s sports psychology podcast:

“For some reason, my son who plays baseball seems to forget some of the things he learned from his hitting lesson or batting lesson. How can I help him remember these important things? He is 12 yrs old. These lessons are not cheap.”

In this Podcast, Dr. Cohn gives you the top mental game strategies to help young athletes learn how to apply their skills to competition. You’ll want to practice new skills often so they eventually become automatic in competition. Listen to this month’s sports psychology podcast to learn how to help young athletes transfer their practice to competition.

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