mental preparation

mental preparation

the act of mentally preparing oneself for a performance.
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Contract notice: physical and mental preparation of the candidates participating in the national finals of the trades olympiads.
Olympic Academy training and development executive coordinator Mahmood Yateem said the course would bring a number of subject, including sports disputes, sports planning, mental preparation and anti-doping.
If a player came to me and said 'I would really benefit from talking to someone to help me with my mental preparation,' we would support the players like that.
For Rajkummar, mental preparation for such parts takes precedence over physical transformation.
If you love bowhunting like I do, then you already do some form of mental preparation and you don't even know it.
While getting under two hours took a lot of physical preparation, Huelgas said the mental preparation he undertook for the SEA Games was likewise crucial.
Visualisation is a form of mental preparation that you can incorporate into your pre-interview routine.
Summary: Former captain Gazi Ashraf says mental preparation is key for Bangladesh
He also stressed the importance of the sense of military involvement in the development of operational abilities of the army regarding mental preparation, promptness and effectiveness of response.
Their spiritual leader begins to direct their physical and mental preparation and one day, he tells them they have been chosen to become martyrs.
This is not something unique which only he does as mental preparation is essential at every level and stage in a cricketer's career.
But I've got experience in training, the mental preparation that goes in to making you successful - which I've nailed well.

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