The Japanese word “Kaizen” means change (KAI) to become good (ZEN). The Kaizen approach is a practice of continuous improvement and results come from small changes accumulated over time. It is a process of every day trying to be just a little bit better. This is the approach I take with mental training. The mental game is an area you can improve, however, like any other area of training, it takes consistent hard work and discipline. Think of strength training for example, you wouldn’t lift weights right before a major competition and expect to be stronger.
You would continuously work throughout the season to increase your strength and mental training is no different.
Mental training is one of the pieces of the puzzle to optimizing your performance and moving you closer towards your goals. Developing a KaizenMind will help put all of the pieces of the puzzle together. If we can work on improving just 1 percent each day, those 1 percents are what add up to make a big difference!
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