- Here are 5 more reasons that trying to control internal experiences during sport doesn’t help performance
There are several more reasons why despite it making intuitive sense that intentionally attempting to control internal experiences such as thoughts, feelings, physical sensations, and urges should be helpful to performance, this is probably not the case in the long term. If you haven’t read Why Intentional Internal Control Attempts Don’t Improve Performance, it is suggested you do so before reading this article. So why aren’t control attempts helpful, and why might they be potentially detrimental to long term performance in some cases? Here are 5 more reasons.
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