020 Mental Toughness Compilation 002 - Sport Performance Video By DAVID CHARLTON
Posted 11/30/2020 in Category 1 by DAVID CHARLTON

020 Mental Toughness Compilation 002

The 20th episode of Demystifying Mental Toughness highlights the best bits of episodes 11-19 and has some great stories  and bits of advice included.  We discuss different aspects of the 4C’s – Commitment, Confidence, Control and Challenge.  Highlighting the importance of culture, consistent habits, staying present in the moment with mindfulness techniques and much more.  If you are an athlete struggling right now or you’re looking for an edge to boost your performances I’m sure you’ll gain lot’s of hope from tuning in. 


The 20th episode of Demystifying Mental Toughness highlights the best bits of episodes 11-19 and has some great stories in. As well as, lots of excellent pieces of advice from some highly regarded people in their respective fields where we touch on all of the 4C’s - Commitment, Confidence, Control and Challenge. If you are an athlete struggling right now or you’re looking for an edge to boost your performances I’m sure you’ll gain lot’s of hope from tuning in. 


What you'll hear in this episode of Demystifying Mental Toughness 

• Creating a culture of well-being can help individuals and organisations achieve high performance. 

• Strategies are available for athletes to overcome and beat the yips. 

• When in a round of golf, it’s difficult to change your golf swing but you can change your attitude. 

• Faulty or high expectations cause athletes to tell themselves unhelpful stories. 

• Look after the basics, your sleep, nutrition and take care of your body management first before other recovery techniques. • Golf test’s every ounce of your personality. 

• Flow states are effortless, you are hyper aware. 

• Motivating individuals in team sports is essential to get the most from the team. 

• Running helps me forget my troubles. 

• Compassionate and human management is uncomfortable but so important. 

• You develop resilience when you have difficult things occur in your life. 

• If you focus on your body or your breath, you are being present. 

• Imagery can be done in a systematic way to help you learn from mistakes. 

• Endurance based athletes can struggle to take time off and rest. 

• 80% of our thoughts are believed to be negative, try journalling daily to change your thinking. 

• You can quickly change from struggling to experiencing flow states more regularly if you seek support. 

• Cristiano Ronaldo has done everything he can to ensure that he is the best version of him. 

• When running seek to embrace it, endure it and enjoy it.


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