Archive for Psychology/Mental Training
The Mental and Psychological Side of Cricket – Batting
When you watch cricket on television, it can appear to be quite an easy and simple sport, but under the helmet of the batter, there is a whole different game going on inside the batters mind in an attempt to banish any possible distractions, and focus every bit of mental energy on the ball as it is released from the bowlers hand, this is the psychological side to batting. Read More→
How To Use Body Language To
Give Yourself An Edge
I’ve a guest article for you today, it’s written by David Hinchliffe.
Who do you think is in top in the following situations? Read More→
One of the essential cricket tips I ever learned was that of goal setting. The ability to set goals and effectively motivate yourself to achieve them are two essential cricket tips and skills that will help you achieve success in any cricket season or sport. Read More→
I suspect that nobody has ever explained the concept I’m about to share with you (if you know it, that’s great!); you can use it to help improve your cricket and in fact, in almost any aspect of your life.
So here goes…
“Never think to yourself…”
negative commands such as “don’t” or “can’t”…
e.g. “don’t get out now”, “don’t hit it in the air and get caught, “don’t miss the ball” or “don’t drop the easy catch”…
Highly successful people, whether they’re sportsmen (such as cricketers), businessmen, politicians and so on; all have a number of traits or habits that help them become successful in almost whatever they do. This is something that is covered in detail in Bonus #1 (Advanced Tactics, Powerful Lessons in the Psychology of Winning) when you get Cricket Secrets: Revealed.
This is only the second issue following our official launch in June 2005. I hope you find the information valuable, feel free to forward it on to your friends and colleagues. If you have any questions or comments, hit reply and drop me a line. Read More→
Firstly I want to thank you for signing up to our newsletter. This is the first issue following the official launch in June 2005. I hope you find the information valuable, feel free to forward it on to your friends and colleagues.
Did you get a chance to watch the final of the NatWest One Day series between Australia and England? It was one of the most thrilling and exciting matches I’ve seen for a long time. Ricky Ponting said… Read More→