Have you experienced a recent setback that has affected your hockey game performance?

You may have sustained an injury in a recent hockey game and have been out for several games – perhaps you have been benched or playing sporadically.

Maybe a situation has happened in your personal life and you are struggling to regain that winning mindset and focus on the ice.

When we are faced with a setback, we can use our mindset training to come back stronger than before.

Here’s how:

  1. With each challenge you face, there is an opportunity for you to learn and grow, and become a stronger hockey player.
  2. Take that opportunity by asking, “what did I learn from the challenge that can make me a stronger/better player”? 

As you develop a flexible mind by looking for positives in the challenges you face, you are training your brain to become strong, even in the toughest times.

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