By using the proper techniques, corroborated by the scientific community, the athlete can get out of your situation, locking, and perform at the highest level. In addition, there are tools to prevent this in the future, and to prevent it to happen again.
Yes. There is proven scientific evidence between the relationship of mental state, and somatization, and the occurrence of lesions both in athletes and in people who do not perform physical exercise regularly. In the case of elite athletes, performing a physical demand on the body, is much more common. Using the routines psychological appropriate, it can help you recover successfully, speeding up the process and avoiding relapses. Neuroscience provides key information to customize the treatment of the athlete.
Yes. As not all of the athletes perform the same physical routines and neither do they have the same diet, but should be appropriate to your body. Each person has unique strengths and points of improvement on the mental level, which is expected to work systematically and globally, without waiting to situations of loss of ability to execute their performance as athletes to be serviced by a professional.
It depends on each particular case, but you see the results from the first day. It is ideal to work a minimum of 6 months, due to that performed diagnostic tests by psychology and neuroscience, to develop a custom program, followed by maintenance sessions and update routines. It is recommended to perform periodic monitoring. The training of the mind should be treated as the physical, or other aspects of the athlete.
Yes. The mental training is critical for maximum performance and well-being. In an environment as competitive as the current one, the athlete must be prepared for the management of possible contingencies that may occur in your career, and focused on getting the maximum benefits. Many athletes leave their mental preparation at the mercy of the circumstances that may occur, without having the appropriate skills to cope with the events of his professional career. Using a mental training, systematic and comprehensive, the athlete dramatically increases their performance and well-being.
Yes. By using a specific program, help the front to get out of bad luck in front of goal, and in any case, to be able to increase your ability scorer. We build on the work on the psychology and the unconscious mind of the player, to release their potential and maximum performance.
The importance of training not only physically but also mentally is even greater at an early age, to achieve thinking routines and mental skills that are crucial in the race to become a professional athlete and reach not only maximum performance, but also to apply everything in their lives, school, friends. Having a good sporting experience also prevents youth athletes from burn out and protects children from abandoning physical activity and a good environment to socialize.
We have different small groups, divided by age, in which we provide online training and mental training for young athletes, the same thing that they would do in extracurricular activities. In these weekly classes, they learn in a practical way to control their thoughts and emotions, to make the most of their abilities, and, above all, to take care of their mental health. This training will shape this young athletes’ behaviour throughout their lives, as they can also use it on a business and personal level. Groups from 12 years old. For more information, contact us…