Is M.S.T. for me?
Do any of these questions apply to you?
1 – Do you perform better in practice than during a competition?
2 – Do you suffer from anxiety, worry, or excess of tension prior and during competitions?
3 – Do you maintain self-doubt about your ability to defeat your opponents?
4 – Are you too self-conscious and worried about how others may perceive you if you don’t perform to others expectations?
5 – Are you afraid of disappointing your coach, teammates, friends and/or family?
6 – Are you afraid of making costly mistakes during your match?
7 – Do you attach your self-worth to how well you perform in Jiu-Jitsu and/or other sports?
8 – Do you have a hard time focusing on the “now”?
9 – Do you think too much about consequences of your performance, good or bad?
10 – Do you become easily frustrated because of high expectations?
11 – Do you often dwell on mistakes?
12 – Do you create negative self-labels such as “I do not perform well under pressure”?
13 – Do you have the desire to be the best that you can be in Jiu-Jitsu or want to improve your mental game?
If you answered YES to one or more of the questions, you should consider taking Mental Skills Training.