1. PSYCHOLOGICAL PREPARATION: Tuesday, 21 Jan 2020 @ 18:00
Only by knowing yourself and your ideal performance state can you then develop your ability to reach consistently better performances. Learning how to surf your emotions and create your optimal conditions for a successful performance can boost all areas of your psychological approach to boxing.
2. FRUSTRATION: Saturday, 1 Feb 2020 @ 13:00
Frustration is a very common emotion for boxers to have to cope with and with good reason. Boxing challenges every aspect of you and frustration can be a very damaging emotion and one that is difficult to handle. Learn how to develop effective coping skills to handle the frustration associated with training, fighting and recovering.
3. MOTIVATION: Saturday, 15 Feb 2020 @ 13:00
Train, perform and recover at your best by using these tried and tested techniques to enhance and maintain your boxing motivation, however motivated you presently feel.
4. CONFIDENCE: Tuesday, 25 Feb 2020 @ 18:00
Confidence is the single biggest psychological predictor of a successful sporting outcome, so this workshop helps you learn how to develop and maintain strong confidence so that you don’t beat yourself before you get in the ring.
5. CHANNEL YOUR NERVES: Tuesday, 3 Mar 2020 @ 18:00
Learn how and why to harness the extreme power contained within your nervous energy so that ‘freezing’, and many common negative impacts of nervousness, become a thing of the past.
6. BOXING TOUGH: Saturday, 28 Mar 2020 @ 13:00
Boxing has considerable benefits, but it also provides psychological challenges that can go right to the core of your self and your beliefs. Continuous comparisons with our ideal self and with others can lead us to question what is enough for us from boxing. This is where developing a mentally tough mindset is crucial to provide you with the extra courage and resiliency needed to take those potentially risky steps into areas that might initially feel uncomfortable but where you know you want to reach.
GREG DAUBNEY is a Chartered Sport and Exercise Psychologist, registered with the health and care professions council. He has over 10 years experience providing psychological support to athletes, musicians and performing artists from beginners to professionals. Greg frequently runs practical workshops across numerous sports for athletes of all ages and skill levels covering a wide range of psychological support services.