Did you know that the physical phenomenon of feeling nervous and feeling excited are almost exactly the same? The body has a hard time distinguishing between the two emotions. It’s the brain that determines which emotion your gymnast is going to experience based on the thoughts that she is having.

In this episode:

-Understanding the NOW process
-Shifting nerves to excitement
-Breathing strategies to help calm nerves

Being able to identify emotions and how they are existing within our bodies can really help us process what we’re going through. Some gymnasts get butterflies when they are nervous and also experience butterflies when they are excited. Teaching our gymnasts how to create positive thought patterns around these feelings can help them to shift negative emotions into positive ones.

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