Have you already started doing CrossFit? Is it tough for you, or you are doing just fine? Your motivation might be through the roof if you have already gone through your first weeks of soreness, or maybe you are still in that phase where you don’t really know what you’ve gotten yourself into.
If you have been practicing and training CrossFit, you know what this all is about, and how important motivation is in this sport (and in any other).
That’s why, whether you are a beginner crossfiter or you’ve been practicing this sport, training hard and sacrificing yourself to get to your goals for some time now, there is no doubt you have experienced a drop in motivation at some point.
The mind is a powerful tool for an athlete. Your brain can play a trick on you and make you believe you are more tired and overwhelmed than you actually are; or it can play on your favor and give you that exhilarating feeling you need to tackle that WOD that is so challenging for you.
Either way, it’s very important to master sports psychology so you can turn your negative thoughts around and boost the positive ones to achieve your goals.
That’s why we’ve made a selection of articles for beginners, another selection with articles about workouts and infographics to go a step further, and now we want to offer you this one about motivation articles, with the best articles written on the Velites blog related with sports psychology.
These are the ones we’ve chosen for you. We hope you enjoy them.
- 7 tips to stay on track with your training
- Keys to being focused during your trainings and competitions
- How Teamwork Can Improve Your Physical Performance