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Our minds and bodies are complex systems that intertwine on a physical and chemical level. In the ever-evolving research of flow, we are starting to understand the neurochemistry that our brain produces when in the flow state. Let’s discuss a couple of simple strategies to help athletes get in and stay in flow.
Well, we all have ‘mental game’ to some degree, and we’re all good at teaching or learning sport-specific skills. Working on things like attitude, effort, discipline, and work ethic is something almost all of us do, but we can take it one step further. Have you ever heard of the ideal performance state of mind, or the flow state?
Have you ever wondered how an athlete could get injured doing something they’ve done “a thousand times?” Of course, some injuries are the result of poor technique, lack of experience, other players, and faulty equipment, but what about the injuries that occur when an athlete knows what they are doing?