Manietta, Kristian
August 2012
Australian Triathlete;Aug/Sep2012, Vol. 19 Issue 8, p36
The article offers tips to triathletes on developing mental capacity in preparation for the actual event. Triathletes are encouraged to imbibe a sense of purpose in participating in the sports, which can help at a time when performance is not at a peak. Ken Ravissa, mental coach to baseball stars, believe that athletes must learn to absorb the pain while trying to cope up with the strains of the game. Game preparation is also cited as key to optimum performance.


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