If You Want:
- To play great as well as smart at the end of a game.
- To not have distracting thoughts interfere during the game.
- To improve the weakest part or some part of your game.
- Play like you know you are capable of.
- To quickly turn your game around if you are shooting or playing poorly
Peak Performance Optimization can help you reach these goals and do so in one to four sessions.
Think about these questions
- Do you sometimes get frustrated because you know you are capable of playing better?
- Do you want to be known as being a clutch ball player?
- Do you play better in practice than you do in a game?
- Is there a part of your game that needs improvement?
As great as your skills are, there is no denying that what is going on your head is real important. How often do you play really well in practice, but don’t do it during the game? It is important to concentrate well and not think about stuff that has nothing to do with your game. Some players can’t help outside factors from interfering with their game.
Unless you are a great foul shooter, this is not that difficult to improve. There was a study showing that these methods improved foul shooting, but did not increase the height that a ball player could jump Yes you are correct in not thinking that some quick method would increase jumping ability. That was one of the things that the study expected. What is more important is that it did increase free throw percentage, something that a method could improve from a peak performance method.
Deep inside you know that sometimes you just tighten up or kind of play dumb. It sucks when the coach pulls you from the game before you got your game going, especially when you know that more playing time would help. As great of a player you are, it can be frustrating and mysterious why all of a sudden your game is off.
What is great about Peak Performance Optimization is that you can learn to quickly apply it before and even during the game. It is not hard to learn how to do it on your own.
If you have developed into a clutch player, you know that you will be in the end of a close game. If you hit the big shot, then you are on ESPN’s sports center and all over the net.
It is great when you see that your game is improving. Don’t you hate if when your game is getting worse. If you are improving.
You don’t realize that your rate of improvement is slow because you never experienced great advancement in a very short period of time.
You have read about Peak Performance Optimization and may doubt that it could not bring about the quick and substantial improvements described. I want you to know that I have conducted research in psychology as far back as 1974 and it was for Martin Seligman, a Past President of the American Psychological Association. I restarted conducting research when I discovered psychology methods to bring about Peak Performance Optimization dating back to 1997.
I make it very convenient to do these sessions. They can be done on the Internet so that we can see each other or be sessions can be done on the phone. All services are confidential.
I highly recommend that you download the concise, free report that describes this great method. If you do not read it, you will not know what you are missing. Peak Performance Optimization is a different way of improving your game and only takes a few sessions.