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ATHLETE RESOURCES  

When it comes to sports psychology, most athletes do not get training in this area.

What separates great athletes from elite athletes is their mindset.

Controlling your emotions will help you play better. If you are overly stressed, upset about a mistake you made, or excessively anxious, it is difficult to function at your peak.

How can you take control of your emotions? First you need to know how intense they are. If you are in the psychological Red Zone, you cannot get into the “Peak Zone.”

Are you in the Red Zone?

Where are you on the distress scale?

How do you know you are in the Red Zone?

Athlete Resources

”The most important attribute a player must have is mental toughness.”

Mia Hamm

PARENT RESOURCES  

What separates great athletes from elite athletes is their mindset.

We don’t have to tell you that these are stressful times, for you and your athlete. When we are overwhelmed with stress (in the psychological Red Zone), it not only feels overwhelming but also prevents us from being and performing at our best. We cannot be the parent we want to be when we are in the Red Zone. What’s more, our children are spending much more time in the Red Zone than ever before.

Are you in the Red Zone?

Where are you on the distress scale?

How do you know you are in the Red Zone?

"We don't rise to the level of our expectations; we fall to the level of our training." - Greek poet, Archilochus

FOR COACHES

Here are some resources for you to better understand the Red Zone that you can use and share with your athletes.

Are you in the Red Zone?

Where are you on the distress scale?

How do you know you are in the Red Zone?

"Dr. Lombardo is my Head Coach for happiness."

Shaquille  O'Neal

NBA All-Star and Sports Analyst

Parent Resources
Coach Resources
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