SEMINAR
AGITATION IN SPORT:
MOTIVATION OR FEAR?


original online seminar by the Olympic
champion Ekaterina Makarova
What is agitation?
When you hold a racket and slowly walk onto the court, realizing that this is one of the most important matches in your life, or when you stand on the stage and hundreds or thousands of eyes are looking at you. The blood rushes to the face and the hands are getting cold. The agitation comes, it chokes you. At this moment, it is important to focus and understand that agitation is part of your life and it is impossible to win without it.
Topics:
How to overcome
agitation:
Working with excessive agitation;
Fear of defeat;
Preparing for the match
How to stay strong till the end of the match and finish it:
Fear of victory;
How to stay focused till the end?
How can you turn the game to your advantage?
Did you do your best? So do more now!
Learning to play in the finals:
Distribution of your power.
A game "for life", like it is the first time.
Don't relax until the very end.
It doesn't matter how many years you have been in sports ...
How many awards do you have if you have them at all ...
First of all, YOU are a HUMAN BEING, who has insecurities and fears ...
Make them your PARTNERS AND ASSISTANTS
Seminar for those:
Как не расслабиться на полпути?
Как не расслабиться на полпути?
Who loses concentration during a match
Who is afraid to lose
Who cannot set themselves up before a match / exam / important matter
"Burns out" waiting for victory
EKATERINA MAKAROVA

Olympic champion in tennis
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ORIGINAL ONLINE TENNIS SEMINAR
BY EKATERINA MAKAROVA
Agitation in sports: motivation or fear?
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