At Champions Mindset, we offer two fundamental training programs for a wide variety of Sports teams to enable their athletes to get into and stay in the Zone more consistently and for longer periods of time.
These programs are designed to improve their overall Mental Toughness. To perform on “Demand under Pressure,” athletes need to learn and develop the right attitude and mindset that will allow them to create the right focus and feeling so that their innate abilities and skills will shine through when they need them the most.
Our mental training sessions are typically 60 to 90 minutes in length, and they can be conducted at our office, or we can come to your facility. We recommend a minimum of one session a month as our sessions progressively build on the fundamentals so that the young men and women on your team can take charge of their confidence, focus, resiliency, mindset, and behavior.
At Champions Mindset Inc. we are always looking for the most advanced cutting-edge technologies to improve our athletes’ overall mental well-being, awareness and performance. Our facility has a High-Performance Centre that uses sensory equipment that systematically and progressively improves their vision, memory, speed of thought and cognitive abilities. The Perceptual-Cognitive Training Program aims at improving the relationship between the eyes, the brain and the body, resulting in the ability to take in more information to the brain at a quicker rate, have the brain process that information faster and more effectively, resulting in the body’s ability to output quicker and more effective responses under stress and pressure.
These Mental Skills workshops are ultimately designed to create a “Mindful Athlete.” Team members learn how to address thoughts, emotions, senses, body awareness, fear, and pressure in a much more productive manner. Athletes who have a better awareness of their thoughts, feelings, physical sensations, and the external environment are better equipped to respond to their environment rather than overreacting to external stimuli (e.g., poor officiating, bad weather conditions, hostile crowds, trash-talking, etc.). The mental training sessions help each team member to truly understand that the mental game determines the situation, not the other way around.
The activities and techniques learned and practiced in the workshops will: