Brain GamesPersonal Empowerment Exercises
What Are They For?
These exercises are designed for you to learn about yourself but also to help you find your strengths. Very often as athletes we get down on ourselves and start to feel as if we are not progressing as fast as we would like to. How can you be the best if you are not training at your best? Does that make sense to you?
I want you to use your strengths to help build your confidence and self-esteem. With a high level of confidence comes an athlete who is not afraid to try new things
CONFIDENCE = Strong and Courageous Athletes
This one is short and sweet!. It is powerful because it is focused only on you and only you. How do I do it? You fill in each blank after I AM… with a positive word or small phrase. For example: I AM (STRONG) or I AM (A HARD WORKER). It must relate to and be truthful....read more
This one is also simple. This exercise allows to write what your known strengths are and also what your known weaknesses are. It will help you to accept your weaknesses and not look at them as something that should be holding you back in sport! Write down a list of...read more
How do I do it? Write out the letters of your name vertical down a piece of paper. Example: J U L I E Then fill out each letter with a positive word or characteristic that represents yourself. Even if someone else disagrees with what you wrote, remember that this is...read more
Every athlete should have goals! If you don’t have goals I can tell you right now that you will not progress very well! How can you achieve something when you have nothing planned to achieve? Training without goals is like trying to see the planets without a...read more