Guide to Help Beginners Win a Sport Medal


One of the most important aspects that is vital in competing in all kinds of sports is having the right frame of mind. This tool often spurs individuals and teams to win regardless of their ability.

 This article then is written to help you develop a mindset that has helped individuals and teams in the past to win a medal (เหรียญรางวัล, which is the term in Thai).

Envisage Your Goals

Having the ability to visualise goals could drive you toward achieving your sporting objectives.

Take a quiet moment to envisage the result of your dream; it is okay to picture the medal or trophy, crowds cheering, or simply the joy on a loved one’s face when they see you win.

Focus Your Breathing

Focusing on your breathing gives you the mindset you need to achieve your goals. Yoga, for instance, could help you focus and helps your nerves to relax, which will hopefully give you an edge during games. This technique is believed to steady the mind and increase focus and willpower; this could be the mindset you need to reach the next level.

Develop a Unique Ritual

It is common for sportspeople to have their different routine, which they perform each time they compete.

Rituals help athletes feel comfortable and reassured in times of anxiety. Just find your anchor that readies your mind for the competition ahead. Having a mindset to win is about what works for you individually.

Maintain Your Focus

It’s common for athletes to let the pressure and the overall nerve-unsettling atmosphere get the better of them. While it’s heartening for your name to be chanted in support, it might end up distracting you. Therefore, learning to maintain your focus, thoughts, and concentration on something might improve your mindset.


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