Using Imagery to Improve your Performance
Introduce yourself to the world of imagery with this short training to help you learn some applied techniques to boost performance.
How to develop an imagery script
How to build your imagery foundations
How to use imagery as a relaxation tool
How to use imagery to reduce negative emotions
To help improve performance, athletes will use a variety of psychological techniques and skills. Imagery is one of the most commonly used psychological tools in sport which provides individuals with numerous benefits. Within this training plan we will introduce you to the foundations of imagery exploring what it is, how it used, when it is used and its benefits.
We will explore different models of imagery and will work with you to learn how to practise some imagery skills. As well as this you will be provided with 3 techniques which you can apply to any area of your performance whether that is preparing for a big sport event or getting ready for an exam. This will include developing an imagery script, using imagery to help you relax and using imagery to manage negative emotions.
Welcome to your training plan
Introducing your training plan
Setting the scene
When, what and why should I use imagery
Key imagery reminders
The PETTLEP model
Practising your imagery skills
Reviewing your imagery skills
Developing an imagery script
My peaceful place
Using imagery with negative emotions
Reviewing the training plan