Are you going to take part in a sporting event in a few weeks and feeling anxious? Do you find it difficult to concentrate and are having trouble sleeping? Are you struggling to recover after training? Learn how to better manage your stress so you can be on top of your game.
ACTIVATE GOOD STRESS
When you do an intense sporting activity, it is normal to feel nervous before a competition. This “good” stress (understanding stress) is vital for you to perform well and for your body to find the energy required for you to succeed. However, the symptoms of your tension must under no circumstances undermine your efforts and harm your performance.
PRESERVE YOUR SELF-CONFIDENCE
According to sports psychologists(1), it is best to define personal behavioral objectives. Prepare yourself mentally for potential situations; focus on your strategy and not the results. Fear of failure may be obstructive and can lead to a loss of self-confidence. Surround yourself with considerate people who will reassure you, boost your enthusiasm and encourage positive thinking.
LACTIUM® – YOUR NATURAL ALLY
Taking Lactium® and following the advice of your Personal Coach – Sports Training Program – will help you better manage daily life and improve your well-being.
You may also choose to consult your primary care physician.
(1) Source : Nutri-site.com
Pedro D.Sport trainer, 27 years oldFan of athletics, the challenge of the competitions began to surpass me, too much stress! Lactium® contributed to my success by helping me focus on my performance and not my anxiety.