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Have you ever had one of those mornings when you woke up, and it was hard to lift your head off the pillow?
For most people, the answer is yes, and for some people, the answer is, “yes, is there ever a day when it is easy!?”
The self-trigger technique helps prevent critical errors and mistakes when you’re tired, but there are other measures we can take to fight fatigue. It all begins with one essential activity—improving the quality of your sleep.
Almost every athlete has had a game or competition where frustration got the better of them. But if you ask, they will likely tell you they’ve also had a game or competition where frustration helped them achieve one of their best results. For most athletes, the ability to use frustration to their advantage rather than letting it derail their mental game is a matter of luck and circumstance (sometimes it goes well, and sometimes it doesn’t). In this article, you will learn five tips—or five steps—to help effectively manage frustration and use it to your advantage.
Breathing is a critical component of the Self-trigger CERT and self-regulation. In an intense, high-risk situation, you can actively steady your breath to re-energize and re-focus. In this article, we are going to highlight nasal breathing and the box breath as an extension of the Self-trigger technique.