Mental Conditioning for Softball

$40.00 $30.00

No one on the planet has invested more time in the dugouts of the best softball programs over the last 10 years than Brian Cain. Now, you can get the same peak performance program he uses with these programs.

This system provides a hands-on, actionable mental conditioning plan for you to be your best when it means the most, every single day.

IN MENTAL CONDITIONING FOR SOFTBALL, YOU WILL LEARN HOW TO:

  • Compete one pitch at a time to give yourself the best chance for success
  • Learn how to play with confidence at all times regardless of how you feel
  • Stay positive in a game of failure and adversity and get better as it gets harder
  • Play your best when it means the most in front of coaches and for championship rings
  • Slow the game down so you compete at your pace each pitch
  • Become a master of self-control, leading to greater results in life
  • Control what you can control and let go of what you can’t
  • Handle poor calls by umpires, negative coaches and parents
  • Be a master of mental imagery so that you can play with confidence
  • Have the awareness needed to play and win at the highest levels
  • Recognize your self-talk and signal lights so you “go green” each pitch
  • Release your mental bricks and refocus on what’s really important
  • Say “So What, Next Pitch!” in the face of adversity and get big vs. small

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ORDER YOUR COPY OF MENTAL CONDITIONING FOR SOFTBALL TODAY:

IN MENTAL CONDITIONING FOR SOFTBALL, YOU WILL LEARN HOW TO:

  • Compete one pitch at a time to give yourself the best chance for success
  • Learn how to play with confidence at all times regardless of how you feel
  • Stay positive in a game of failure and adversity and get better as it gets harder
  • Play your best when it means the most in front of coaches and for championship rings
  • Slow the game down so you compete at your pace each pitch
  • Become a master of self-control, leading to greater results in life
  • Control what you can control and let go of what you can’t
  • Handle poor calls by umpires, negative coaches and parents
  • Be a master of mental imagery so that you can play with confidence
  • Have the awareness needed to play and win at the highest levels
  • Recognize your self-talk and signal lights so you “go green” each pitch
  • Release your mental bricks and refocus on what’s really important
  • Say “So What, Next Pitch!” in the face of adversity and get big vs. small

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