SPORTS PARENT TRAINING

SPORTS PARENT – MENTAL TRAINING

WANT TO BE THE BEST SPORTS PARENT YOU CAN BE?

Parents want what’s best for their child but often are not sure how to make that happen within the sport setting. Our Parents Mental Training Athletes programs teach ideal parent roles, how to be a positive support, and how to control emotions while on the sidelines. For the first time, parents can be on the same page mentally as the coaches and athletes.

What stresses you out about youth sports? The busyness? The coaching conflicts? The drama?

Although youth sports is supposed to be a fun experience for you and your children, it’s inevitable that youth sports stress will creep in. After all, competition comes with pressure and that pressure affects sports parents in a multitude of ways.
Between rides to frequent practices, individualized coaching sessions, and transportation to out-of-town tournaments, parents have taken on a far greater role in the sports their children play in the past decade.
I offer programs to help parents deal with the stress, anxiety, and emotions of being a sports parent.
As you and your child-athlete walk away from youth sports, you will know that if you learned to cope with stress within the snapshot of sports, you can learn to handle it in the bigger picture of life.
Welcome to Athletes Mental Trainer, I’m passionate about helping athletes, their families, and coaches enrich their lives through sport by learning life skills, achieving high levels of performance, and enjoying their sport participation.
As a sports parent, you play a critical role in helping your young athlete feel confident and become successful in sports. What you say, your body language during a competition, even how you think about sports will affect your athletes’ confidence. As a parent, you should understand what influences your athletes’ confidence, focus, and composure on the playing field.
Kids naturally want to please their parents and make them feel proud of their accomplishments. But you should also understand many parents unknowingly pressure their athlete and instill a fear of failure. Ever wonder why young athletes lose interest in a sport they love to play? I’ll let you in on a secret: the fear of letting a parent down is the biggest source of failure for young athletes.
I offer mental game training programs tailored to meet every athlete’s needs and help them to remove the interference from their full potential. From 1-on-1 mental training programs for individual athletes to team, parent and organizational workshops, my holistic approach to delivering both sport psychology and sport science can be seen throughout my services that offer the best methods for improving performance and overall well-being.
Instill in your children the confidence to pursue their sports goals with passion and gusto.

Empower Them

Enable your children to gain full ownership of their athletic lives

Purposeful Mindset

Show them how to respond positively to the many emotional challenges that sports presents

Confidence

Ultimately, lay the foundation for raising children who will find success and happiness in sports and life

Everything you do at this very early stage of your children’s sports experience should be devoted to instilling in them a sound physical and mental foundation

Do you want your young athlete to become the best they can be and perhaps compete for a
D1 college or even become an Olympian or a pro? Then look long and hard at what they really need and don’t need at this very early stage of their sports participation.
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Would Mental Game Training Help My Athlete?

If any of these things seem to describe your athlete, the Athletes Mental Trainer can help

  • stuck in a performance slump? Lacking confidence?
  • Is there a concern about “choking”?
  • Is fear of injury or failure getting in their way?
  • Do they think too much about past failures, mistakes or bad luck?
  • Do they seem depressed? Anxious? Withdrawn? Angry? Irritable?
  • Is your athlete dealing with an injury or trying to return to play after an injury?
  • Are they struggling with getting motivated? Not having fun anymore?

YOU ALREADY KNOW HOW TO BE GREAT

Discover your way to unlock that potential

Phone:
(844) 776-4976

Email:
info@athletesmentaltrainer.com

WANT TO BE THE BEST SPORTS PARENT YOU CAN BE?

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Is there a concern about “choking" at a crucial moment?

Is fear of injury or failure getting in their way?

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Suck in a performance slump, lacking confidence?

Would Mental Game Training Help My Athlete?

Stuck in a performance slump, lack of confidence?

Is there a concern of "choking" at a crucial moment?

Is fear of injury or failure getting in the way?

Do they think too much about past failures, mistakes or bad luck?

Do they seem depressed? Anxious? Withdrawn? Angry? Irritable?

Is your athlete dealing with an injury or trying to return to play after an injury?

Are they struggling with getting motivated? Not having fun anymore?