Welcome to Sports Performance Anxiety Coach
Hi, I’m Dr. Patrick Cohn, Master Mental Game Coach. I help athletes solve choking and performance anxiety every day in my work. Here, you learn how to take your “practice game” to competition.
If you struggle to take your practice game to competition and feel as if you are choking when the pressure is on, you’re in the right place. I’ve helped 1000s of athletes improve mental toughness.
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In my free video course, you’ll learn: (1) The difference between pregame jitters and performance anxiety, (2) the relationship between performance anxiety and fear of failure, and (3) one mental game skill you MUST master to take your practice game to competition successfully.
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Sports Performance Anxiety Articles
Have you ever experienced the heart-pounding, thought-racing, upset stomach feeling prior to competing? If you are an athlete, the answer is a resounding “YES!” That feeling is the monster named “sports performance anxiety” or pregame jitters that all athletes have experienced to some degree. If you allow the … [Performance anxiety tip...]
Do you “choke” during tennis matches? Are you a good practice player but under-perform at competitions? Performance anxiety can wreak havoc on an athlete mentally and interfere with your ability to perform at a high level. Performance anxiety in sports, sometimes referred to as “choking,” is stress caused by how an … [Performance anxiety tip...]
Many PGA Tour golfers attribute losses to the inability to manage pressure at critical moments during tournaments. For that reason, some golfers have a couple misconceptions regarding pressure: (1) Pressure is caused by challenging moments during a round and (2) Pressure is to be avoided at all costs. While it is true … [Performance anxiety tip...]
Performance anxiety is the most common culprit for poor athletic performance. Many athletes feel they “choke” in the spotlight or often perform well in practice but unravel at competitions. These athletes suffer through common characteristics of fear of failing, elevated heart rates, accelerated breathing, tense … [Performance anxiety tip...]