A sport coaches guide to working on mental fitness

Professional coaches within the world of competitive sport are used to working with athletes and teams that are pushing their mental and physical boundaries.

Having the ability to tune into where we may be mentally may at times require focusing on mental fitness training.

Our experts talk to the professionals and provide guidance in – ‘A sport coaches guide to working on mental fitness.’

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  1. Take a proactive approach to your mental health. Don’t wait for something to go wrong.
  2. Find time throughout your week to speak to someone about what you are thinking and how you are feeling.
  3. Schedule time each day for some relaxation.
  4. Regularly monitor and assess how you are feeling.
  5. Find opportunities through your week when you can connect with friends or family.
  6. Find time during your week where you can engage in some form of activity that provides you with a sense of pleasure or achievement.
  7. Learn coping skills to help you manage stress, pressure or anxiety (e.g. thought challenging, progressive muscle relaxation).
  8. Treat your mental like physical health. Engage in regular daily activities to improve your mental health.
  9. Take a moment to pause, slow down what you are doing and breathe.
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