Sports Psychology Podcast: How to Stop Worrying What Others Think

Sports Psychology Podcast

In this week’s sports psychology podcast, Dr. Cohn helps a football kicker who worries what his coach thinks about his game. Sports psychology expert, Dr. Patrick Cohn helps athletes stop worrying what others think. Dr. Cohn answer’s the following question in this month’s sports psychology podcast:

“I am a punter/kicker at a division 3 college and I was wondering if you could help me. I have a problem when the coaches are watching me. I don’t kick as good, and I believe I am over thinking everything when they are around. When I am by myself, I do just fine.”

In this Podcast, Dr. Cohn gives you the top mental game strategies to learn how to focus on your own game instead of worrying what others think. When you worry about what others think, you lose focus, tighten up and underperform. Listen to this month’s sports psychology podcast to learn how to focus in the moment.

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