The Mental Side of Improving Athletic Performance

The Mental Side of Improving Athletic PerformanceMost athletes work hard to develop their athletic skills, but having confidence and mental toughness is as important or maybe MORE important to the success of an athlete, no matter what the sport.

Rick Allen talks to Dr. Chris White, Director of Coaching & Development of The Flippen Group, about his work with professional, college, and high school athletes.

Chris shares the top 5 traits that athletes need to excel in their sport and gives advice on how to develop the mental skills to be successful both on and off the field.

The Flippen Group are proven leaders in the sports psychology arena and work with athletes  to help them develop to their full potential.  They focus on increasing performance not just by identifying strengths, but more importantly, by eliminating the constraints that hinder performance.

Chris White, Ph.D. developed the statistical model that is the basis for the coaching program and is the co-author of the book The Flip Side:  Break Through the Behaviors that Hold you Back.

While the discussion specifically mentions baseball, this information is pertinent to an athlete in any sport.

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The Mental Side of Improving Athletic Performance

Dr. Chris White of the Flippen Group shares the top 5 traits that athletes need to have to excel in their sport, and gives advice on how to develop the mental skills to be successful both on and off the field. Read More

About Rick Allen

25+ years NCAA Rules Expertise, including Director of Compliance at 2 major DI schools

Former President of National Association for Athletic Compliance (NAAC)

Conducts compliance reviews and audits at NCAA Schools throughout the U.S.

Consulted with NAIA schools transitioning to NCAA membership status

Dad of a DI & DII student-athlete