My name is Theo Bezuidenhout. 

I'm a qualified psychologist with 15 years of experience. 

I've been helping athletes develop their mental strength (while nurturing their mental health) since 2007.


I've identified 3 hurdles that prevent most athletes from training their minds & using its potential superpowers to reach top performances.

NO KNOWLEDGE

If an athlete is struggling with a mental aspect of their game, they often don’t know how to address the challenge.

They simply don’t know where to start. 

And as a result, they do nothing... 

These challenges can be anything. 

From nerves and anxiety to performing really well in training but not taking this into competition.

You name it. 

✖️ Poor decision-making.

✖️ Not coping with pressure.

✖️ Bad self-talk.

✖️ Lack of confidence.

✖️ Poor focus or concentration.

✖️ Getting angry while competing (i.e. losing composure). 

✖️ Issues with coaches, parents or teammates. 

✖️ Insecurities or fear around competitors.

The list goes on and on, and differs in scope and intensity from one athlete to the next.

"The most important thing sport psychology has taught me is that nothing is ever a problem, only a challenge. I believe that without the help of a sport psychologist mental barriers could begrudge you the opportunity of reaching your full potential."

Nathania Van Niekerk: South African 200m Backstroke Champion

"The most important thing sport psychology has taught me is that nothing is ever a problem, only a challenge.

I believe that without the help of a sport psychologist mental barriers could begrudge you the opportunity of reaching your full potential."

NO PLAN

Even if an athlete knows what to do, there is a common misconception that mental training can be done now and then

Or, “I’ll fit it in when it suits me”. 


Let’s contrast this with physical or technical training which gets diligently scheduled into the calendar... weeks or months in advance. 

If you don't make mental training a priority in your calendar, it won't get done.

And yip, you guessed it…

If it doesn't get done, you'll have no advantage over your competition.

Even the best knowledge in the world means nothing without action.

NO COMMITMENT

Mental training isn’t more difficult than physical training. 

It’s just different. 

But most athletes are very achievement orientated. They want to be good at things and they want to be good at them right away

So this is what happens:

An athlete acquires the necessary knowledge and comes up with a pretty good plan of action. 

But when things don’t improve as quickly as they would like them to, they give up altogether. 

Without staying power, even the best-laid plans will yield disappointing results.

So what's the solution?

JOIN MY 12-MONTH PROGRAM

If you believe that your mental strength needs to be developed and you're sick of doing nothing about it... 

You are at the right place!



"Small daily micro-wins, done continually over time lead to staggering results." 

Robin Sharma  

✅ HURDLE  1 

I will provide you with models, tasks, activities and/or strategies to help you work on your specific challenge.

✅ HURDLE  2  

We'll develop a plan of action, in conjunction with your existing routine.

✅ HURDLE 3

I'll hold you accountable and keep you committed over a 12-month period.


JOIN MY 12-MONTH PROGRAMME, TODAY!

Learn, Plan + Stay Committed!

12-MONTH PROGRAMME

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