Are you seeing the picture here? (no pun intended)
There are hundreds of things each athlete has to do to be successful for every sport.
The key to making visualization or mental practice work for you is to pick specific things to work on in your mind and stick with it until it’s automatic.
When you learn a new skill or technique in practice, you should practice it that night, in bed, as you go to sleep and keep mentally practicing in spare thinking moments throughout the day.
This is what separates great athletes from average athletes.
In my mental toughness academy, I have created 8 guided visualizations for you to practice and improve your mental skills with my help.
After using these for a while, you’ll be a pro at mental practice and visualizing for your sport.