Sports Psychology for Football

Sports Psychology for Football Players and Coaches

A Coffey Note-Imagery

“My success is the outcome of my work. I am willing to do the work.” Delice Coffey

Did you know…

Mental imagery impacts many cognitive processes in the brain: motor control, attention, perception, planning, and memory. So the brain is getting trained for actual performance during visualization. It’s been found that mental practices can enhance motivation, increase confidence and self-efficacy, improve motor performance, prime your brain for success, and increase states of flow – all relevant to achieving your best performance.

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Updated: July 28, 2017 — 1:25 pm

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