Mental Strength to Succeed: Learning Lessons from International Cricket - Sport Performance Video By DAVID CHARLTON
Posted 04/29/2022 in Category 1 by DAVID CHARLTON

Mental Strength to Succeed: Learning Lessons from International Cricket

In today’s podcast episode #115, I’m joined by a former international cricketer and Senior Leadership Coach, Jeremy Snape.  We go on to discuss mental toughness in cricket, the pressures of playing at the international level in front of thousands of spectators, as well as looking at the relationship between sport performance and business. Enjoy tuning in!

Key Learning Points:

  • Our brains are built for safety, to keep us safe.
  • Being calm, patient and instinctive are skills that can be developed and help us perform to our maximum.
  • A “one ball at a time mentality” is helpful – focusing on making the next moment as high quality as we can.
  • Counting and breathing techniques can refocus our mind.
  • Consider setting transformational goals, to stretch yourself and others.

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Useful Podcasts

Ep042: Mark Bennett MBE – Characteristics of High Performance Athletes 

Ep072: Tom Jones – Mastering the Mental Side of Cricket

Ep091: Jarrod Leathem – How to Transfer Your Cricket Skills to Matches

For More Resources for Cricketers

Blog – Make Bowling Simple by Avoiding these 3 Common Mental Game Errors

Blog – 5 Tips if you fall into the TRYING TOO HARD TRAP when bowling

Blog – Mental Preparation for Bowlers in Cricket 

Blog – Being an Intelligent Batsman can be a Problem

Blog – Batting with a Quiet Mind

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