How to Refocus After Mistakes

Motocross coach and psychology of racing expert, Dr. Patrick Cohn, at helps NASCAR, Motocross, and motorcycle racers improve performance and lap times by boosting focus, racing confidence and composure on race day.

Learn motocross mental training and auto racing driver mental training tips and strategies.

In today’s racing psychology session, I help a racer refocus after mistakes.

I answer the following mental game of racing question:

“I lose my focus after making mistakes and it leads to making even more mistakes. How do I keep my focus after mistakes?

Learn the mental game strategies to improve your racing focus. Racers need to understand when they lose focus.

Many racers become frustrated after mistakes and this causes them to lose focus. Give yourself the luxury of making a few mistakes. Then refocus quickly on the next turn or jump.

Listen the podcast on to learn how to focus your mind for a big race!

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1 thought on “How to Refocus After Mistakes”

  1. Focus on your technique. if you are looking ahead, you can focus on the next obstacle in the track. remember, racing is just going as fast as you can through the corners. other obstacles will come in time.


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