Playing Consistent Hockey
In “Sports Psychology Sessions with Doc,” Dr. Patrick Cohn answers a question from Adam who tends to struggle with his consistency and wants to know how to get his great performance back.
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Do you tend to struggle with your consistency in hockey games?
Adam wrote in and said:
“I’m 17 and I have a question about inconsistency… I play hockey and this season was just a perfect one but now I made it to my national team U18 and had just a few awful games and the worst part is that my team is counting on me as I play the first two lines and I should be the one to carry the team. How do I get back to the performance that I had all year long?”
This week, Dr. Cohn talks about:
How you can play consistent hockey again.
All atheltes look for consistency in their performance…
When atheltes try to up their game and try too hard, often it doesn’t work… Why would trying too hard be a problem?
What should you do instead of trying harder and overthinking your game?
Watch the video below to learn what mental game tips Dr. Cohn gives to play consistent hockey again:
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