Name one thing that isn’t a mental game? You might have answered sports. However, that is the wrong answer. Everything we do is done at least twice – once in our mind, and once in the world. And athletes at the top of their sport can agree that their success in their sporting endeavors is largely based on mindset, or psychological factors, more so than even physical factors.

There are many elements involved in general performance and overall improvement of sports performance. Whether you are trying to get to the next level and simply beat your friend in racquetball at your local gym, or if you’re trying to up your game so you can be picked for an elite team; you can’t do either without your head being in the game! As the saying goes, exercise and physical activity is 10% physical and 90% mental. And as Henry Ford famously said, “Whether you think you can, or think you can’t, you’re right.”

Through Hypnosis and NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming), you can shake off the “what if” fears that plague you, or lead to anxiety the day before or even moments before competition. You can harness your mind to work for you, by: improving your timing, increasing your focus, honing your strength, lengthening your endurance, speeding up your reflexes, and performing with huge heaping cobs of confidence.
Don’t let your mind derail you!

Fear and anxiety can wreck your performance. Through hypnosis and Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP), you can develop new neurology where you are naturally more confident, relaxed, and ready to bring your best game forward. Anxiety and stress can be turned into excitement. Sleeping the night before, or thinking about a performance moments later, can leave you eager to win gold or have a new personal best. It’s amazing what your body is capable of when you’re in the zone, and your conscious and subconscious minds are working toward the same goal.

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