Competition Mastery Sample
For this sample, we’ve included one of our videos, a picture of a worksheet, and reflection questions about creating a great post-competition routine. In every training, we break down the training into the following sections:
- Define and break down the subject
- Provide an interactive exercise and/or worksheet with samples
- Finish with a summary and reflection exercise
In the full Post-Competition training, athletes will get access to videos as well as guided instruction on how to create a post-competition routine with a step-by-step guide. Also included in the training is the full worksheet and a guided visualization of our popular BRAVR™ Technique, all designed to help athletes grown, learn and improve after every competition.
Step 1: Competition is a Journey
Great performers use each competition as an opportunity to learn and improve their abilities. They don’t let their confidence or mental state be impacted by a bad performance because they’ve developed a routine after each competition for reflection and growth. However, most athletes feel good after a win and bad after a loss. While this is natural, you don’t want your emotions or confidence to swing up or down based on the results. Instead, we will teach you how to use a post-competition routine to feel consistently better, and more confident while improving your abilities.
Let’s take a minute to explore this and learn how having a post-competition routine will:
- Allow you to look at your performance objectively and without emotion (critique, not criticize)
- Learn and grow so you can improve
- Find the positive in every competition
- Visualize yourself performing to your fullest potential
Goal: Learn how to create a post competition routine that develops better self-confidence and constantly improves your game.
In the next section of the training, athletes will learn how to create a post-competition routine that 1000’s of athletes have used to improve every single time they compete.
This post-competition worksheet gives you the tools to learn and grow from every competition and sort out what is useful and what is worth letting go. You can print this and use it for every competition. If you aren’t competing right now, think of a recent competition or practice and go through the exercise as if you had just finished that practice or competition.
While some athletes do the Post-Competition BRAVR method on their own, most athletes benefit from this guided visualization exercise. We recommend that you start with this guided visualization first.
We recommend you do this after every competition by yourself for 5-10 minutes. Not only will you feel more confident but you will feel more relaxed and centered, even after a loss.
Step 3: Reflection and Commitment
Now, take 60 seconds and jot down your responses to the following questions:
- How will having a post-competition routine help you?
- What parts of the worksheet did you find the most difficult to complete?
- How might critiquing your performance and not criticizing it help?
By now, you should see how having a post-competition routine, will both improve your game and your confidence. So, before we wrap everything up, commit to a specific time and place that you will do a post competition routine. Remember to give yourself 5-10 minutes to complete the worksheet.
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