Camarillo, CA (PRWEB) December 22, 2004
A mental toughness training company recently announced the addition of a discussion board to their popular website.
The Mental Strength Resource Center is for athletes and coaches to learn mental and physical training skills for sports performance. A recently added discussion board offers a place to discuss sport psychology topics and other training methods. ÂItÂs important for athletes and coaches to have a safe place where they can give and get feedback about their performance, from a trustworthy source,Â reported Samuel Hirschberg, CEO of MentalStrength.com. ÂIt is difficult to know how to reinforce good habits while replacing negative patterns that may be hurting oneÂs performance,Â Mr. Hirschberg said, ÂThatÂs where we step in and provide the experts to help these athletes and coaches.Â
Since 1998, MentalStrength.com has helped over 8,400 athletes and coaches with basic mental and physical fitness skills. ÂOur team is composed of world class sport psychologists, athletes, and certified personal trainers,Â reports Mr. Hirschberg, who himself is a certified fitness trainer, a former tennis professional, and chief editor of the Mental Strength Newsletter.
When asked how the company was founded, Mr. Hirschberg said, ÂI found myself competing against athletes that were bigger, taller, faster, and more talented. I was forced to develop my mental skills, and about eight years ago I posted information I found helpful online. Since then, countless athletes and coaches have sought after our assistance and attribute much of their success to what we call the slight-edge principle -- small daily adjustments in activities, producing huge changes over time.Â
The company prides themselves on turning sport psychology, a generally difficult topic to understand, into easy-to-use tools and techniques that all athletes can apply. ÂResults are sometimes instant. But you have to remember, many athletes, usually older ones, have built many years of bad habits. Getting past those habits can sometimes be difficult. Once they are acknowledged, and seen by the athlete, progress can be rapid," Mr. Hirschberg said. "Finding the negative habit is half the battle in many cases, and evermore critical for young athletes to discover early on.Â
Since 1998 MentalStrength.com has helped over 8,400 athletes, coaches and parents of competitive athletes, worldwide. MentalStrength.com helps athlete and coaches become more mentally tough and a better competitor through mastery of basic strategies, nutrition, mental training, and fitness. MentalStrength.com offers tools, techniques and resources through a subscription website to help athletes and coaches become more mentally fit through sport psychology.
For more information about the Mental Strength Resource Center, please visit http://www.MentalStrength.com
To schedule an interview with Samuel Hirschberg, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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