Introduction to the course, fear, progression and how to become the best version of yourself.
Most athletes think pro's have no fears which is one of the biggest misconceptions.
Fear, when understood can serve you instead of hold you back. Learning to harness fear is the key.
In this fourth video I'll show you the stages of fear, where it comes from and how to utilize it to your advantage.
If you don't recognize fear and be conscious about it, it will rule over your actions and man handle you.
The progression triad will help you recognize the progression blocks slowing down your progress so you can accelerate your growth.
In this bonus video you'll learn the path to getting to the next level in your sport.
“I’ve been working with Jussi and I saw huge improvement. Jussi helped me a lot with his teachings when I was struggling with my fear of critics while making The Little Things and different areas of my career. I recommend it to anyone who wants to enhance their career or even on just personal level.”
“My mental game was the weakest part and now it’s the strongest. Getting psyched out with other people it throws you off so much and you’re not on your game and focused so all those exercises that we did really help me I’m able to get into my own zone and focus on my own performance rather than worrying about everything else happening around me.”
“I was not improving and I was getting upset that how I want to be at a pro level but just couldn’t get there! I was losing the love and passion for surfing which made me not improve as I wasn’t 100% into it. The best thing about training with Jussi was that I learned to understand what I’m feeling when surfing instead of getting frustrated on a bad turn. He taught me exactly how to be more positive and also confident in and out of the water!! I recommend this training for any athlete who feels stuck in their spot! It’s not all bout talent and skill, it’s also a lot of mental strength which plays a massive role in getting to the level you want to be!”
“My biggest frustration was getting myself to do certain moves that I knew I had the physical capabilities to pull off, but had a lot of mental resistance towards. I cut the time needed to mentally psych myself up in half and have since had less parkour-related injuries. Learning to recognize faulty thought-patterns that were causing me to doubt myself. I recommend this to athletes that would like to cut their learning curve and increase their longevity in the sport.”