The stress of competition can strain our ability to make clear and effective decisions that are crucial to peak performance. Stress can come from a variety of internal and external factors. Anxiety and excessive emotionality can make us less effective in our field of play. Athletes tend to lose their ability to remain flexible in the decision making process and following through with their plan.
We help athletes recognize the sources of stress that impede performance and give them the tools to execute the game plan effectively.
Contact Sports and Performance Psychology of New York to learn how to improve your decision making and compete at your peak potential.