If you’ve been in the sport business for a long time, you’ve seen the evolution. Forget the times where you could rely solely on talent to have a great professional career.
The biggest revolution over the last 25 years is the development of physical capacities. That’s why today, we consider physical training as an integral part of the athletes
development. We built gyms, got vitamins and other “enhancement” products and we consulted many different specialists like nutritionists and physical trainers who
esigned programs to develop physical capacities.
But since all levels of sport raised due to global markets, talent and physical capacities are no more sufficient to stand out from the bests. The big sport revolution for the
New millennium is the development of athletes mental capacities. The firsts involved in this were the psychologists and their therapeutical approach. Since athletes
do not see themselves as people having problems, that approach did not fill their needs. But they still know they need great mental capacities to be their best and use their
full potential. That’s where a mental trainer gets into play.
You’ve been hired for your experience and your expertise to help athletes having success in their sport and their career. While they are performing well, everything
seems to run pretty smoothly…until a certain moment (sooner or later) where you can observe you athlete :
- not using the full potential you know he has
- is in a rot
- needs more attention than you can provide
- easily gets in a bad situations
- has difficulties to control himself
- doesn’t listen to your advices
- doesn’t understand the complexity of the situation
All these situations, as classic as they are, shouldn’t be happening. How to avoid them? Follow me…
In the majority of cases, the athlete who reaches the top level circuits sees that as being an accomplishment, as an end to their quest and get in the challenge of staying on top.
But you and I know that its only the beginning… The best athletes often settle with the success they have. That success hides a much greater potential left unexplored. You will
agree with me that this leads to revenue losses for them and for you. It is money that should be in your pocket that is being used somewhere else…
The mental training programs we are offering to you and your athletes are designed to develop the capacities of performing and ambitious athletes. You will then concentrate
on what you’ve been hired for and see the problems fade out as their success rises.
Your interest for your athletes to take on a metal training program as soon as possible is as big as theirs, specially if everything is going fine…
You will avoid the classic mistake of waiting until the athlete finds himself in problems before taking action. You will save time and money!
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If it sound good but you would like to understand better how it would apply to your athletes, ask for an interview.
If you know this is the right approach but not yet ready for it, you can ask us to follow-up with you at a later time.