Sports Psychology - Getting in the Zone
About this course
When you last found yourself in a high pressure environment, did you rise to the occasion or did your nerves get the better of you?
A key trait all athletes should possess is the ability to perform under pressure. Doing so requires not only physical preparation but also mental strength.
In this course, Dr Amira Najah, a clinical and sports psychologist from Qatar Orthopaedic and Sports Medicine Hospital Aspetar, will discuss what a strong mind looks like and how to use mental coaching to boost your own performance when it matters most – in competition.
What you’ll learn
- What the fundamentals of getting in the zone are
- How to embrace and manage your emotions prior to performance
- How you may benefit from using visualisation prior to performance
- How approaching an injury with a positive mindset can accelerate recovery
This is the second course exploring the fascinating world of Sports Psychology. If you’d like to know more, please visit ‘The Winning Mindset’ course delivered by Dr Cliff Mallet from the University of Queensland, Australia.
For more great insight, head to our Community where you’ll find fellow athletes and coaches discussing psychology and a host of other subjects.
This course will take 30-45 minutes to complete.Start lesson 1