Trusting Your Skills in Volleyball Games

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In this week's sports psychology podcast, mental game of sports expert Dr. Patrick Cohn talks with Dr. Megan Melchiorre.

They discuss the psychology of volleyball and some of the challenges that volleyball players have.

Dr. Megan is the newest member of the Peak Performance Sports team. She is the lead mental coach specializing in working with youth and high school athletes in various sports.

Are you (or your volleyball players) able to take your practice game to competition?

In this podcast, Dr. Cohn and Dr. Megan discuss:

When perfectionist volleyball players go from practice to game time, they tend to lost trust in their skills.

COHN: We know trust in ones skills the ability to take their practice game and what that have learned and apply it to a game situation, is vitally important.

COHN: What does it look like when a volleyball player is trusting his or her skills verses when they are not? What is the difference?

Listen to this week's podcast to learn what mental game tips Dr. Cohn and Dr. Megan to learn more about trusting your skills in games.

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