Mental Training For Sport: The Next Frontier to Maximizing Athletic Performance WEBINAR #2 - EXPLORING GOAL SETTING, MENTAL IMAGERY, AND SELF TALK
Date: February 07, 2017
Time: 07:30 PM
Join us in this second of four webinars in our QT2 Mental Training Skills Development Series! In this webinar, we will discuss the first 3 of 9 Mental Skills that the United States Olympic Committee deems important to maximizing our athletic performance: Goal Setting, Mental Imagery, and Self Talk. This is a “learn by doing” webinar in which we will do exercises aimed at improving our Mental Training Skills and also, begin a Mental Training Log. Join us, in what will be a fun and productive webinar. If you missed our first "Mental Training Webinar” in January, no need to worry, we have it available in our Recorded Webinars library in our Member Areas. Join us!
What You Will Learn:
(1) What is Mental Fitness/Training, (2) Goal Setting (3) Mental Imagery (4) Improving Self Talk. (5) How to Start a Mental Training Log (6) The Extent of the Mental Training Services That We Offer.
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Note, webinars are FREE for QT2 One-on-One, QT2 Mission Plan athletes, QT2 All-Access clients, ORR Personal Coaching clients, and ORR Custom 360 athletes! Please just register for your webinar without payment if you are a client of one of these services. If you are NOT a client of one of these services, please purchase the webinar, first, and then register.
Amy Javens is a USAT Level 1 and QT2 Level 2 Certified Coach, and has been coaching for QT2 since 2014. She has also been racing triathlon for 12 years, professionally since 2013, and has been coached within the QT2 system for 5 years. As an athlete, Amy has worked with sport psychology to help her with her own training/racing and has used mental training exercises with her athletes to help them achieve success. In addition, her authentic life experiences of being an athlete, coach, educator, and mother, etc… have helped her build mental grit and she strives to help her athletes find theirs. Amy welcomes you to join her, as she hopes to help you find your “mental grit."