A middle distance runner often trains for months with a lot of dedication, enthusiasm and commitment to prepare for the season. The form improves steadily, and you are physically optimally prepared for the competitions.
But then, just before things get "serious", one's own head gets in the way. It starts to build up hurdles that prevent you from putting what you have inside you on the track. Fear of competition!
This feeling then leads to a carousel of thoughts, blocks top athletic performances, makes you feel physically uncomfortable.
At this point we got to know you, Eva, via the Internet portal Xing.
In a personal conversation and in individual work we analyzed the situation and worked out our own motivations. With your support, we gradually succeeded in approaching sporting challenges in a more relaxed way, becoming mentally stronger and focusing more on having fun again.
What we particularly appreciate about you is your sympathetic, unagitated manner. With your empathy and your own experiences, you are the authentic advisor for more composure and mental tailwind on the track.
Thank you for that, Eva!
Julie & Peter