FEAR 5 AIDS

Stretch

Lead-Ups

Water

WarmDn

WarmUp

Weights

Fear

1. Self-Talk

Positive Can-Do This

Verbal or Silent Positive Message will improve performance in practice and in competition, in all areas of life.

2. Mental Imagery

Completing a Dive Successfully

A view of a successful Dive, or a self-image of a successful Dive can set the stage for performing that action well.

3. Energy Manage

Keeping your Mind/Body Optimal

A positive attitude, not over/under-activated, in tandem with a body ready to perform (warmed up/fed-but not over-worked/tired) allows for success path.

4. Cognitive Restructure

Reviewing an action

Focus Learning. Listening to a correction and acting on it.  Mental Review of a specific positive action to repeat, and modifying an action that did not work well is the goal.

5. Self-Monitor

Awareness of Attitude, Body/Adjust

Keeping track of surroundings, people, body condition, and general preparation allows for best possible outcome. Playing, talking about movies, eating, arguing, takes away from focus needed.

FEAR -

WE ALL HAVE FEAR!

WE WILL LEARN TO:

1. Use Fear as Asset.

2. Accept Fear as part of diving and Life!

3. Deal with fear first, before it gets to you.

Fear is the greatest obstacle to overcome in life.  Diving provides a consistent re-enforcement of positive ways to face and manage not only fear of heights, bodily injury, failure, etc., but also translates directly into to better self-confidence, self-image, time-management, academics, social interaction, and quality of life.

Contact

Valley Dive

Main Pool Lessons (pool 1)

Van Nuys/Sherman Oaks Rec Center

14201 Huston St, Sherman Oaks, CA 91423

Tel: 8052805969

Email: valleydiveclub@gmail.com

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