How you prepare for race day is important. The sections you break down and work over and over again to make sure it is perfect, the hundreds of starts you practice, the laps we turn so we are physically prepared on the track, the diet you put yourself on so your body has the right nutrition, the testing and development you put into your race bikes so there the best they can be, the life you live to be the best… What about race day? How many times has the race you been preparing for not gone as planned but should have been different? Race day is just as important as all the preparing you have put in for months. This all can easily be fixed with the right guidance and direction during race day. You need someone who can keep you focused and mentally strong so your ready for anything that is dealt to you, someone who can point out the fast lines, someone who will be there with you on the gate and keep you relaxed. Brandon Beabout offers not only preparation for events but race day guidance also. Make sure your the best you can be… Contact Brandon now!
The training and preparation of young athletes involves a wide-ranging series of considerations. Training is a concept involving both the physical preparation of the athlete, as well as the teaching and the implementation of sport-specific techniques through coaching and practice. The physical elements of training must be delivered in a coordinated fashion, as a part of a comprehensive mental preparation of the athlete, including the use of a variety of sports psychology tools to focus and to motivate the athlete in training and competition
Mental toughness is the ability to keep performing as well as you can, even when things are going against you.
Mental toughness is your determination to keep trying, even when you are not succeeding. It is your willingness to get up each time you are knocked down. It is your ability to keep your head up no matter how bad you feel. It is your insistence on playing the game to the end, whatever the odds.
Here’s a few quick tips for improving mental toughness:
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