Goalies are some of the most important players on a hockey team. They have the difficult task of defending the goal and preventing the opposing team from scoring. They can be the difference between winning and losing a game. They are unique members of any team and a focused approach is required to help them be consistent and effective at their position.
As a COR.E Performance Dynamics Specialist, I understand the key to building up a successful goalie is by focusing on their energy and the power of their mindset. One crucial aspect of this is building up their self-esteem. Goalies need to be confident and secure in their abilities to perform at their best. A goalie with high self-esteem is more likely to take calculated risks and make bold saves in crucial moments of the game.
“When a goalie is confident, they are able to trust their instincts and play to their full potential. Building self-esteem is crucial for a goalie to succeed.” – Carey Price
Here are five ways to build up your goalie’s self-esteem from an energy leadership approach:
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