Sports Psychology Expert Loren Fogelman Presents the Performance Anxiety Solution at Conference

Top Quote Loren Fogelman, founder of Expert Sports Performance, is teaching the #1 mindset strategy that quickly removes performance anxiety at the Performance Psychology Conference. End Quote
  • Medford, OR (1888PressRelease) February 19, 2014 - The best performer is not guaranteed to succeed. Top performers combine mental game training with practice skills to achieve mastery. Loren Fogelman, author of The Winning Point and sports psychology expert, has spoken at coaching conferences across the nation on mental game strategies which boost performance.

    Coaches and athletes benefit from mental game training skills. On February 22, 2014 Fogelman is honored to speak at the 2014 National University System Center for Performance Psychology Conference.

    The conference combines academics, professionals, athletes, parents and coaches to present and learn about the future of athletics and peak performance. The conference attracts the greatest minds in coaching and performance psychology. Participants range from parents to performers of all ages and ability.

    Loren Fogelman, Coach of Champions, will be presenting on "Quickly Overcome Performance Blocks Using the Emotional Freedom Techniques." This workshop teaches participants how to use The Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) as a mental game strategy for high achieving performers.

    EFT helps athletes and performers relieve mindset challenges i.e. pre-performance anxiety, slumps, choking and perfectionism. The Emotional Freedom Techniques is an energy therapy that overcomes mental blocks, limiting beliefs, doubt, worry and fear. High performing individuals use The Emotional Freedom Techniques as a mental game strategy to effectively manage emotions.

    "The Emotional Freedom Techniques worked exceptionally well on relieving any anxiety I felt during golf tournaments. And this translated to lower golf scores." Alex Street, Golf, Mercer University.

    According to Ms. Fogelman, the most talented performers don't always win. Naturally gifted performers don't necessarily possess mental game skills. Performers who developed mental game strategies to maintain focus under pressure have a competitive advantage. A strong mental game propels performers to continue beyond where most others performers mentally quit.

    Loren Fogelman helps athletes reach new personal best records. She is a results-oriented sports psychology expert who speaks throughout the country for associations, conferences, organizations and teams seeking the 7 essential steps to high performance. For more information about high performance strategies, or to schedule a speaking engagement with Loren Fogelman and Expert Sports Performance, visit or call 541-732-4991.

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