BITG 051: Your Sustainability as an Athlete – What you do in the shower could hold the key!

February 26, 2015

There is no denying it we are creatures of habit and how we do one thing tends to be how we do most things. What this means is if things are going great we tend to stay in that place… however may not grow.

If things are not going as well as you want, the likelihood of it getting better on it’s own is slim at best.

So by us recognising our core behaviours could hold the key to either replicating success and growing, or tweaking what you are currently struggling with to get a better system.

In this episode of Brain in the Game we look at six (6) key stages of creating replicability and sustainability in your sporting performance.

  1. Knowing your natural approach
  2. Sustainable Planning
  3. Calibration and perspective
  4. Creating sustainable momentum
  5. Using Patterns and Triggers
  6. Balanced approach

These six strategies utilise our natural mental and emotional framework – our already well established processes. From these building blocks, it then helps you create a system that works for you.

A system designed BY you FOR you.

So if your performance is perfect every time, don’t bother with this approach. However if you think you could be doing things better, this could be the one episode you cannot miss!

So listen in closely as we jump into the shower! (metaphorically speaking of course)

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