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80. Feelings Prior to Performance - Adaptation & Reflection, from Ravizza K. - IQ #17

Hoping that you (Athlete) shake it off some rules you have around depending on certain feelings to perform "well". Well enough is key, here

Season 2, episode 80
19 min / Published

An IQ to shake some preconditions and expectations 🤕 Athletes usually have in regards to their own levels of performance on training sessions or competition matches.

 This will inspire a reflection for yourself about your feelings and the way you look at them. Plus, on how they are influencing what you’re bringing (or being able to bring) to the pitch - to your performance.

 I hope in the end, you will not need (depend) that much of feeling X or Y to perform well (the most adapted possible - with effort) 😉

PS.: I heard this message before from Ken, but here is a link with the excerpt from an interview he gave and pronounced the quote, exploring it. 


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This episode is part of the IQ series
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Building Psychology for Optimization in Sports and Mental Health
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