mental skills

mental skills

the set of trainable mental abilities and methods that are held to underpin successful learning and performance. The basic mental skills include concentration, goal-setting, imagery and mental rehearsal, relaxation and self-talk. Also known as cognitive skills and psychological skills.
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Mental health issues may also affect racing performance due to poor motivation, mental skills and toughness.
A combination of fed ball drills, live ball drills, competitive drills, match play, and physical conditioning allows each player to develop the necessary technical, tactical, physical and mental skills to reach their full potential.
Both require highly developed mental skills, cultivated either consciously or unconsciously.
He reiterated that the quiz competitions provided an excellent opportunity to enhance the mental skills of students and played a pivotal role in the development of their all round personality.
Whiz Kid - Mental skills build faster upon reaching adulthood.
By combining sports science with high-level performance, the programme will help students develop both the physical and mental skills they need to coach and/or perform in the professional game.
One of the cricket members, Tom Farley, quoted: "It's rewarding because it's a real team sport and you need to use physical and mental skills.
He said that a person's success rests primarily on his/her skills and does not depend on their academic knowledge or certificates and mental skills alone but depends on his/her emotional intelligence as well.
Rodgers said: "Often in football the mental skills get forgotten about, but for me it's the key to winning.
Showing that training gains are maintained for up to 10 years is a stunning result because it suggests that a fairly modest intervention in practicing mental skills can have relatively long-term effects beyond what we might reasonably expect," lead author Dr.
Other objectives include teaching mental skills during training, controlling the players' emotions and increasing their focus, and helping the coaches develop competition strategies to maintain perfect performance besides introducing methods to evaluate the mental state of the players.
Chess, as we all know, has such benefits as developing mental skills of children and is directly linked to their education.

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