Sports Psychology

Gabriela Sabatini’s Sports Psychology Secret

Gabriela Sabatini’s Sports Psychology Secret


You're on the verge of learning secrets most athletes and coaches will never know about winning under pressure.

Hi, it's Lisa B. here and I got interested in sports psychology years ago as an elite athlete. Back then I really struggled with extreme confidence swings.

It really hurt me all the time.

After years of choking too often, I embarked on a mission to find answers. I wanted to know, "What do champions know about sport psychology that I don't?"

These answers didn't come overnight. I did all the traditional sports psychology stuff - (visualization, relaxation, goal-setting etc). Some of it was great, but some of wasn't...and actually made me WORSE.

My stubbornness paid off. Through trial and error, I discovered sport psychology secrets I never would have thought about winning under pressure -- even things that went against traditional ideas and really surprised me.

Learn Sports Psychology Secrets Most Athletes Will Never Know About Winning Under Pressure

After I learned these things I created a sports psychology system. I spent several years testing new (even radical) basketball psychology, mental golf psychology tips, and mental tennis strategies with National Team and Olympic athletes in Canada.

I taught myself how to create unshakable confidence in the hour before competing. I internalized the will to win so I could crush opponents without special speed or strength advantages. I learned how to stay focused under pressure no matter what was happening around me.

And I'm going to teach these very same secrets to you.

I'm going to teach you how to:

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  • Deliver astonishing, explosive, flawless performances under pressure, no matter how intimidating your event is

  • Create unshakable confidence in the hour before your event and maintain this confidence right to the finish despite distractions, setbacks, and adversity

  • Transform yourself into a tough competitor with the will to win, able to crush opponents even without special advantages like speed, great technique, or stamina

  • Break free of your self-limiting beliefs so you can go from good to world class in your sport

  • Remain in a cocoon of concentration throughout your event so you stay focused and dominant

  • Break free of your self-limiting beliefs so you can go from good to world class in your sport

  • Remain in a cocoon of concentration throughout your event so you stay focused and dominant

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