The Mental Edge2017-08-17T14:56:32-05:00

Focus and Concentration – Overview

Because your mental state affects your physical performance and vice-versa, becoming a champion means mastering both body and mind. In today’s highly competitive environment, an individual can’t become a world-class athlete without having well-tuned technical and psychological talent. You must focus; your psyche in a given moment will affect your effort and can make the difference between winning and losing.

The Perfect Method helps you achieve the intense focus and personal sacrifice necessary to become a champion. We help you face daily challenges and how to address them in a healthy and productive manner.

The Athlete’s Mental Edge also helps parents and coaches understand the challenges that need attention. Athletes and the people who mentor them will receive a comprehensive report with training suggestions so you can manage and minimize these challenges. Optional private consulting is also available.

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