Bob Palmer’s five rules for visualizing success in your sport

There are five key rules of visualization that are a must if you want to make it effective.

1) You must understand what the Zone is and you must be able to get into it in your visualization.

2) You must be adrenalized more than you think you will need in your actual event.

3) You must keep visualizations short and powerful.

4) You must do them frequency just as with any kind of practice.

5) And you’ll probably want to do it alone when no one will see you to avoid being self-conscious.

Watch the video below, use these five rules and your visualization for your sport will be powerful and effective.

About Bob Palmer

I'm Bob Palmer, CEO of SportExcel and a high performance expert in sport. For the past 20 years I've trained athletes, coaches, CEO's and parents on six continents, in a high performance system test-driven by champions that supercharges their game and teaches them how to win in just seven weeks. From kids as young as ten to seniors in their 70's, my six-step system has gotten incredible results at all levels of competition where many have achieved podium success in the Olympic, Commonwealth, Pan Am, and X Games, as well as in many developmental, collegiate and recreational sports. "With the SportExcel System you learn how to win, take leadership of your sport and get the fun back. In just seven weeks you'll learn the Zone, build consistency, create life-long momentum, acquire sport-specific skills quickly and take decisive leadership of your sport. And, after every training session, you’ll be asked one question: How will you play now? And your answer had better be “fantastic” or I haven't done my job - satisfaction guaranteed." Bob Palmer, B.E.S., B.Ed. CEO, SportExcel Inc.
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1 Response to Bob Palmer’s five rules for visualizing success in your sport

  1. says:

    Have a great year.Best to you Jim Sarkauskas 

    Sent from Yahoo Mail on Android


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