Visualization Techniques for Athletes

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We are taught from very young the power of visualization. As athletes, how much of that are we using today? I interviewed coach Mario Arroyave with Utmost Performance and Psychologist (and avid cyclist) Eric Yelsa. We go into detail about important visualization techniques we can all use to improve.
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