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Self-confidence, an important component for Sport Performance

Self-confidence, an important component for Sport Performance

"Whether you think you can or you don't, you're right." -Henry Ford Self-confidence is the interpretation you make of yourself in certain areas of your life and, of course, it also has a big impact on how you see yourself as an athlete. Based on your past experiences,...

Fear of the AstraZeneca

Fear of the AstraZeneca

  FEAR OF THE VACCINE The situation we are experiencing with the Covid-19 pandemic has heightened our fears. We live in a continuous state of uncertainty and the recent information regarding Aztrazeneca does not help us to achieve that longed-for stability and...

Our Mental Health: an important pillar we need to take care of.

Our Mental Health: an important pillar we need to take care of.

Given the times we live in, I want to start publishing articles to share my knowledge and provide tools and tips that can help to cope a little better in these chaotic times. In this first article, I emphasize Mental Health, making an appeal to Public Health and to...

Fear: the psychological factor to deal  with when returning to groups training.

Fear: the psychological factor to deal  with when returning to groups training.

The deconfinement measures begin to give us a little respite: gyms, sports clubs, athletics tracks, swimming pools, etc., are back in operation and open their doors with the relevant safety protocols to start training. But there is a problem when you prepare your backpack to start your activity: a horrible fear appears within you, a horrible fear of returning to group sports. Here is an article where I provide tools to try to manage these fears and how to deal with these new situations, which only a year ago were part of our daily lives and now have become an almost insurmountable wall. I hope you like it and above all that it is useful.

How to get back into the  sports after a long time without training?

How to get back into the sports after a long time without training?

An injury, a change of residence or job, an illness, maternity / paternity, or this pandemic situation, can and has caused an abrupt stop in our sports practice. We have stopped training, in many cases we have neglected our nutrition, gaining some weight (it seems that the average can be around five kilos in the last year) and most importantly we have lost the habit and laziness has taken over us. It is time to take control of our emotions and motivations, ¨empower us¨ and get back to our active life and sports practice. It’s time to hit  the road and get moving. Here are some tools to get out of the lethargy. There are NO EXCUSES, it’s time to TRAIN.

Searching for the  FLOW in sports

Searching for the FLOW in sports

Mindfulness in sport Mindfulness is one of the most powerful tools an athlete can practice. It is simple to summarize, but at the same time difficult to apply, because it requires STOPPING, something we find difficult. We are afraid to delve into our emotions and to...

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