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Supporting athletes so that they progress

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The wingwave® Coaching method is continuously developed and was founded by 2 German psychologists from Hamburg in 2001.

The Processing of this method is based on the rapid movement of the eyes while awake.

The wingwave® method helps eliminate performance blockages, remove fear, fear of failure, doubts, reduce stress and better manage emotions.

Thanks to wingwave®, positive emotions and feelings can be stabilized and strengthened.

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mental preparation

Mental preparation is defined as regular training which consists of developing mental and cognitive skills with the aim of optimising the personal (or collective) performance of the athlete(s) while promoting their autonomy.

My aim is to support the athlete in his/her sporting project, so that he/she becomes familiar with techniques and tools that can then be applied in a competitive situation.

These techniques and tools help to build athletes' confidence, boost their motivation, improve their concentration, strengthen their resilience, help them to manage their emotions more effectively and deal effectively with stress, failure and the fear of failure, so that they can achieve optimum performance in their sporting activity.

I also coach injured athletes and those returning to competition after a serious injury. Thanks to my various experiences (3 operations on the anterior cruciate ligaments of the same knee), I can advise and support athletes in their rehabilitation, so that they can return to competition.

My job is more often than not to train athletes to use these techniques more systematically in training and in competition, so that they can progress and perform well in their sport.

An initial session is needed to meet the athlete. After a brief introduction, an interview is held, followed by an assessment using a questionnaire. This provides a good basis for analysing the athlete's abilities and aptitudes.

After this initial phase, a training programme is drawn up for the athlete. It's important that he becomes aware of his potential and the things he still needs to improve.

Thereafter, it is vital that the athlete trains regularly and carries out different exercises, in order to become as independent as possible.

In order to assess the athlete's progress, it is necessary to set up intermediate assessments to make any adjustments and, finally, to organise a final assessment.


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