● Do I make a mistake and think about it in the next play?
●Do I hesitate to take open shots?
● Do I doubt myself when I see the competition?
● Do I play better in practice than in games?
● Do I speak negatively to myself?
I’m here to tell you that being on the field when it matters most, playing without fear and shooting better, so that you can be proud of how you play, is possible.
This is why I created this mental skills training mini-workshop- The Confidence Boot Camp. I am going to teach you how to be more consistent and be more confident when you are playing.
PLUS the added bonus of the Mental Game Strategies for Superior Confidence workbook, which is what I use in my high level program, Fierce Athlete Academy. Normally, you would have to pay thousands of dollars to get this.
This is only for serious athletes.
I am doing this because I really care about helping other female athletes. I played college basketball for Stanford University and professionally in the WNBA. I struggled with my confidence as a player after I got cut from a USA Basketball Team. I want others to avoid the mistakes I made, make an impact, and leave a legacy.
I would love to share my Confidence Boot Camp.
If this is something you would like to be a part of and become the athlete you know you can become, ENROLL.
Normally, my workshops cost $500 to $1,000 for an hour. But I want to make this accessible to everyone.
Setting goals that lead to success in your sport
Strategies to have bullet-proof confidence during games
Overcoming fear of failure
Recognizing the belief and thought patterns that negatively affect your performance
How to bounce back from mistakes
Identify *specific* doubts or thoughts that undermine confidence.
Female athletes who want to pursue their athletic dreams, conquer their fears, and excel in the sport they truly love. Those who are tired of being held back by self-doubt and want to play at their full potential.
NO. There is no physical training. This is only mental game coaching which is responsible for 90% of your performance.
Yes. This mental skills training applies to all sports. However, I use basketball as a frame of reference for stories and scenarios.