SPORTS PSYCHOLOGY TO HARNESS THE ZONE

When you are ready to push the limits and stretch beyond your dreams, Everest Strong Coaching is here to empower your mind and body to join forces for extraordinary results. Enter the zone on command for outstanding performance.

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Mental Game Coaching

Mental Game Coaching

Sports Psychology to Harness the Zone.

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Training Tips with Karla Steingraber

Ready to Add Ice Cream to Your Summer Diet?

As the weather warms and the sun comes out on a more regular basis, we begin to think about being beach body ready. We might all know exactly what it takes to get there, but few have the discipline to implement uncomfortable new habits of restraint.   We can wake up with all the best…

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How We Shortchange our Workouts By Skipping Rest

How We Shortchange our Workouts By Skipping Rest

Are you short on time? Trying to get the most out of your workouts without running late? Then taking time to rest between sets will be the more efficient use of your time.   You surely have heard that rest after a workout is important for your muscles to heal from the micro-tears which ultimately…

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Dr. Karla Steingraber, sport psychologist and mental game coach, welcomes college athletes Taylor Roberts and Phoebe Brinker, along with Robert Jones Black, the great grandson of the golf legend Bobby Jones, to talk about making mental health a priority, especially for teens and youth athletes.

Frequently Asked Questions

Get that mental edge, you’ve got training plan, exercise plan, nutrition plan, now it’s the internal workout

  • Low motivation
  • Stress
  • Anxiety before competition
  • Fear of losing
  • Fear of winning
  • Depends on the issue
  • Attentional or emotional control, mental toughness, motivation, zone skills
  • A direction gets determined, maybe more than one area
  • Get started, homework, practice in office
  • Absolutely both
  • Of course, there’s a limit, you won’t bring in a 3 yo soccer player, but a more mature 7 yo is possible
  • Determine what’s really going on,
  • Is it pre-existing to sport?
  • Is the behavior only on the court or also in other arenas?
  • Things I’ve seen
  • Throwing up before diving
  • Getting bored inside goal / on the mat
  • Aggressive behavior, hitting other kids when they mess up or game is lost
  • Versus golf girl who had a million reasons not to play, including loss of love of the game, no plan to continue
  • The hardest part was working with parents to let go
  • Report back, weekly evaluations