The Flow Sport
Mental Toughness Programme
Transformative programme that helps youth navigate the highs and lows of sport and all of life.
Participants will learn how to thrive by learning the following skills...
Clear Goals and
If we don't know where we are going then we're not going to get there!
Having some clear values that support and help develop identity is so important. Then after knowing this, we can set real goals around those.
Being present is essential for performance in Sport. But it also is important for everything we do. The more we get pulled away from the present moment. The more struggles we have. Kids will learn that being present with emotions is important too.
Managing Nerves for Performance
How do we manage ourselves when all the tough situations and feelings come up? This programme introduces perspectives and techniques that kids can employ to help manage their mind and move in the right direction in the hard times.
Courage lies behind any true form of growth! In this programme we look at difficult experiences as challenges. Which will give us the chance to grow and get better! We learn to change the way we look at potential threats!.
The Flow Sport Resilience Programmes are suitable for kids aged 12-16. For older age groups Zane works individually with athletes and also runs an online group mentoring programme (coming soon!).
If New Zealand Government COVID restrictions result in cancellation or postponement of these courses, a full refund is provided.
Zane has delivered mental skills training programmes to a huge array of sports teams and individuals around New Zealand. He combines his history of working with youth, his past as a professional rugby player and his comprehensive knowledge of the latest science in Sport Psychology.
Zane has a Masters Degree in Sport Psychology and has spoken at universities, been an author in a sport psychology textbook, spoken at schools, sports clubs, workplaces and worked with many elite athletes from a huge variety of sports. He has published the Mental Toughness Journal for youth and he truly believes that the teenage years are the perfect time to learn skills of resilience and understand how to train our mind to get the most out of ourselves.