When your gymnast is frustrated with how things have gone in the past, they can fall victim to overgeneralizing one or two mistakes as a complete character flaw. A few falls in a meet season become “I can’t compete well.” Difficulty on a skill turns into “I am just bad at that event.” In this episode, Ali and Stacie talk about how to help your gymnasts look at the facts of the last season and determine how they want to think about it going forward in a way that will help them be successful in the coming year.

In this episode:
-Focusing on the facts of the past season
-Looking forward to the upcoming season

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