This is the page where you can download some audio tracks that can assist you getting started on the mental training. If you are new to mental training I will recommend you download the audio tracks for Relaxing, Heaviness and warmth. Once you have tried these and feel comfortable enough, then move on to the next tracks.
The audio tracks are supposed to support you. After you have done the exercises a few times with the audio tracks on, you can then progress to doing them independently.
Track for helping you to relax, especially good if you have not tried any mental training or if you need a little help to get started with the exercise in chapter 5 of the book.
A track to help you relax and feel heavy. Feeling heavy can make you feel very comfortable and safe. This track expands the relaxing track with the notion of feeling heavy to assist in the exercise in chapter 5.
A track to help you relax and feel warm. Feeling warm can make you feel very comfortable and safe. This track expands the relaxing track with the notion of feeling warm to assist in the exercise in chapter 5.
It doesn't really matter if you do the heaviness or warmth first. They complement each other and you can combine them if you wish.
Mental energy downlaod
The audio track will guide you in building mental energy, and may help you in chapter 8.
Mental Competition Preparation download
In my opinion you should let it rip at competitions. Attack more than defend or flee. The purpose of this mental exercise is to prepare you for a competition - a specific, important competition. During this exercise you will see yourself at the competition. This audio track supports the concepts of chapter 11 in the book.
Competition - Shooting in finals download
This audio track is created specifically for assisting you in preparing to shoot in finals. You will need to pick a specific important competition that you are going to attend. At the competition, you will meet opponents that are generally weaker than you, but also opponents that are stronger than you. Before starting the exercise, I would like you to pick a specific competition, and two opponents. Go for opponents that you have met before and that you know. Pick one opponent that normally would be stronger than you, and one opponent that normally would be weaker. This audio track supports chapter 11 - Mental Competition Preparation in the book