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Improve Cricket Performance

Need Of Cricket Player

Fear of failure, performance anxiety and panic are all due to the inablility to relax and logically view the situation.

Mental Toughness is really about being able to keep one's focus and hold one's skills together under pressure.

Improve Cricket Performance

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I am an Australian life coach specialising in individual beakthrough. I have full confidence in my techniques, training, abilities and experience.

It has taken me around 20 years to come to my abilities and experience, and I believe what I offer is cutting edge

Mental Coaching for Cricketers

Needs of Cricket Players

Fear of failure, performance anxiety and panic are all due to the inability to relax and logically view the situation.

Cricketers in all disciplines will benefit from the improved Focus. It is the integral ingredient for success in all areas of endeavour. Freedom from stress, fear or worry is a coveted mental state. A calm mind is a performance ready mind. We are seeking to create a quiet mind where mind and body are in tune, ready to act in synchrony.

Mental Toughness is really about being able to keep one’s focus and hold one’s skills together under pressure.

Quiet Mind is the centre of this, in keeping one’s mind quiet one can focus without distraction, one can execute their skills without muscle tension caused by anxiety. 

Too much stress in cricket and lives impacts negatively on player’s performance, in the short term it leads to a distracted focus and busy mind, in the long term it can lead to illness and injury.

We work with the players in the following specific areas:

*Confidence
*Self-esteem
*Belief in winning
*Winner’s mindset

*Greater teamwork and team spirit
*Freedom from stress, fear or worry, peaceful mental state
*Mental toughness 
*Development of calm mind and stillness of the body
*Ability to relax and view situation logically
*Mental stamina for the long duration of the game
*Manage emotions properly - fear of failure, performance anxiety, etc.
*Overcome past negative imagery and feelings of experiences of failures
*Management of perceptions of what one doesn’t want to happen - avoidance of failure tension
*Improved focus
*Overcoming emotional barriers with specific aspects of holding a ball/bat, letting go of emotional aspect linked with injuries and reduced confidence due to injuries, clearing resentment to the opposing team players frequently faced with again and again, by eliminating anxiety, fear and resentment out of the game

What is left? Ease, Flow, Courage.

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