Why Athletes Choke Under Pressure | Sports Psychology | Optimal Level of Arousal

This video uses sports psychology theories to explain why athletes choke under pressure. In order to perform under pressure, athletes must find and attain their own optimal level of anxiety.
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This video uses sports psychology theories to explain why athletes choke under pressure. In order to perform under pressure, athletes must find and attain their own optimal level of anxiety.

I use the Cue Utilization, Multidimensional Anxiety, Yerkes-Dobson and the IZOF theories to explain the mental processes that lead us to choke under pressure. We can use these theories to gain a general understanding of what goes on in our mind in order to prepare for decisive moments in our competitions.

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This video uses sports psychology theories to explain why athletes choke under pressure. In order to perform under pressure, athletes must find and attain their own optimal level of anxiety.

I use the Cue Utilization, Multidimensional Anxiety, Yerkes-Dobson and the IZOF theories to explain the mental processes that lead us to choke under pressure. We can use these theories to gain a general understanding of what goes on in our mind in order to prepare for decisive moments in our competitions.

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This video uses sports psychology theories to explain why athletes choke under pressure. In order to perform under pressure, athletes must find and attain their own optimal level of anxiety.

I use the Cue Utilization, Multidimensional Anxiety, Yerkes-Dobson and the IZOF theories to explain the mental processes that lead us to choke under pressure. We can use these theories to gain a general understanding of what goes on in our mind in order to prepare for decisive moments in our competitions.

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This video uses sports psychology theories to explain why athletes choke under pressure. In order to perform under pressure, athletes must find and attain their own optimal level of anxiety.

I use the Cue Utilization, Multidimensional Anxiety, Yerkes-Dobson and the IZOF theories to explain the mental processes that lead us to choke under pressure. We can use these theories to gain a general understanding of what goes on in our mind in order to prepare for decisive moments in our competitions.

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This video uses sports psychology theories to explain why athletes choke under pressure. In order to perform under pressure, athletes must find and attain their own optimal level of anxiety.

I use the Cue Utilization, Multidimensional Anxiety, Yerkes-Dobson and the IZOF theories to explain the mental processes that lead us to choke under pressure. We can use these theories to gain a general understanding of what goes on in our mind in order to prepare for decisive moments in our competitions.

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This video uses sports psychology theories to explain why athletes choke under pressure. In order to perform under pressure, athletes must find and attain their own optimal level of anxiety.

I use the Cue Utilization, Multidimensional Anxiety, Yerkes-Dobson and the IZOF theories to explain the mental processes that lead us to choke under pressure. We can use these theories to gain a general understanding of what goes on in our mind in order to prepare for decisive moments in our competitions.

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This video uses sports psychology theories to explain why athletes choke under pressure. In order to perform under pressure, athletes must find and attain their own optimal level of anxiety.

I use the Cue Utilization, Multidimensional Anxiety, Yerkes-Dobson and the IZOF theories to explain the mental processes that lead us to choke under pressure. We can use these theories to gain a general understanding of what goes on in our mind in order to prepare for decisive moments in our competitions.

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This video uses sports psychology theories to explain why athletes choke under pressure. In order to perform under pressure, athletes must find and attain their own optimal level of anxiety.

I use the Cue Utilization, Multidimensional Anxiety, Yerkes-Dobson and the IZOF theories to explain the mental processes that lead us to choke under pressure. We can use these theories to gain a general understanding of what goes on in our mind in order to prepare for decisive moments in our competitions.

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This video uses sports psychology theories to explain why athletes choke under pressure. In order to perform under pressure, athletes must find and attain their own optimal level of anxiety.

I use the Cue Utilization, Multidimensional Anxiety, Yerkes-Dobson and the IZOF theories to explain the mental processes that lead us to choke under pressure. We can use these theories to gain a general understanding of what goes on in our mind in order to prepare for decisive moments in our competitions.

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This video uses sports psychology theories to explain why athletes choke under pressure. In order to perform under pressure, athletes must find and attain their own optimal level of anxiety.

I use the Cue Utilization, Multidimensional Anxiety, Yerkes-Dobson and the IZOF theories to explain the mental processes that lead us to choke under pressure. We can use these theories to gain a general understanding of what goes on in our mind in order to prepare for decisive moments in our competitions.

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This video uses sports psychology theories to explain why athletes choke under pressure. In order to perform under pressure, athletes must find and attain their own optimal level of anxiety.

I use the Cue Utilization, Multidimensional Anxiety, Yerkes-Dobson and the IZOF theories to explain the mental processes that lead us to choke under pressure. We can use these theories to gain a general understanding of what goes on in our mind in order to prepare for decisive moments in our competitions.

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This video uses sports psychology theories to explain why athletes choke under pressure. In order to perform under pressure, athletes must find and attain their own optimal level of anxiety.

I use the Cue Utilization, Multidimensional Anxiety, Yerkes-Dobson and the IZOF theories to explain the mental processes that lead us to choke under pressure. We can use these theories to gain a general understanding of what goes on in our mind in order to prepare for decisive moments in our competitions.

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This video uses sports psychology theories to explain why athletes choke under pressure. In order to perform under pressure, athletes must find and attain their own optimal level of anxiety.

I use the Cue Utilization, Multidimensional Anxiety, Yerkes-Dobson and the IZOF theories to explain the mental processes that lead us to choke under pressure. We can use these theories to gain a general understanding of what goes on in our mind in order to prepare for decisive moments in our competitions.

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This video uses sports psychology theories to explain why athletes choke under pressure. In order to perform under pressure, athletes must find and attain their own optimal level of anxiety.

I use the Cue Utilization, Multidimensional Anxiety, Yerkes-Dobson and the IZOF theories to explain the mental processes that lead us to choke under pressure. We can use these theories to gain a general understanding of what goes on in our mind in order to prepare for decisive moments in our competitions.

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This video uses sports psychology theories to explain why athletes choke under pressure. In order to perform under pressure, athletes must find and attain their own optimal level of anxiety.

I use the Cue Utilization, Multidimensional Anxiety, Yerkes-Dobson and the IZOF theories to explain the mental processes that lead us to choke under pressure. We can use these theories to gain a general understanding of what goes on in our mind in order to prepare for decisive moments in our competitions.

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This video uses sports psychology theories to explain why athletes choke under pressure. In order to perform under pressure, athletes must find and attain their own optimal level of anxiety.

I use the Cue Utilization, Multidimensional Anxiety, Yerkes-Dobson and the IZOF theories to explain the mental processes that lead us to choke under pressure. We can use these theories to gain a general understanding of what goes on in our mind in order to prepare for decisive moments in our competitions.

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This video uses sports psychology theories to explain why athletes choke under pressure. In order to perform under pressure, athletes must find and attain their own optimal level of anxiety.

I use the Cue Utilization, Multidimensional Anxiety, Yerkes-Dobson and the IZOF theories to explain the mental processes that lead us to choke under pressure. We can use these theories to gain a general understanding of what goes on in our mind in order to prepare for decisive moments in our competitions.

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This video uses sports psychology theories to explain why athletes choke under pressure. In order to perform under pressure, athletes must find and attain their own optimal level of anxiety.

I use the Cue Utilization, Multidimensional Anxiety, Yerkes-Dobson and the IZOF theories to explain the mental processes that lead us to choke under pressure. We can use these theories to gain a general understanding of what goes on in our mind in order to prepare for decisive moments in our competitions.

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This video uses sports psychology theories to explain why athletes choke under pressure. In order to perform under pressure, athletes must find and attain their own optimal level of anxiety.

I use the Cue Utilization, Multidimensional Anxiety, Yerkes-Dobson and the IZOF theories to explain the mental processes that lead us to choke under pressure. We can use these theories to gain a general understanding of what goes on in our mind in order to prepare for decisive moments in our competitions.

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This video uses sports psychology theories to explain why athletes choke under pressure. In order to perform under pressure, athletes must find and attain their own optimal level of anxiety.

I use the Cue Utilization, Multidimensional Anxiety, Yerkes-Dobson and the IZOF theories to explain the mental processes that lead us to choke under pressure. We can use these theories to gain a general understanding of what goes on in our mind in order to prepare for decisive moments in our competitions.

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This video uses sports psychology theories to explain why athletes choke under pressure. In order to perform under pressure, athletes must find and attain their own optimal level of anxiety.

I use the Cue Utilization, Multidimensional Anxiety, Yerkes-Dobson and the IZOF theories to explain the mental processes that lead us to choke under pressure. We can use these theories to gain a general understanding of what goes on in our mind in order to prepare for decisive moments in our competitions.

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This video uses sports psychology theories to explain why athletes choke under pressure. In order to perform under pressure, athletes must find and attain their own optimal level of anxiety.

I use the Cue Utilization, Multidimensional Anxiety, Yerkes-Dobson and the IZOF theories to explain the mental processes that lead us to choke under pressure. We can use these theories to gain a general understanding of what goes on in our mind in order to prepare for decisive moments in our competitions.

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This video uses sports psychology theories to explain why athletes choke under pressure. In order to perform under pressure, athletes must find and attain their own optimal level of anxiety.

I use the Cue Utilization, Multidimensional Anxiety, Yerkes-Dobson and the IZOF theories to explain the mental processes that lead us to choke under pressure. We can use these theories to gain a general understanding of what goes on in our mind in order to prepare for decisive moments in our competitions.

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This video uses sports psychology theories to explain why athletes choke under pressure. In order to perform under pressure, athletes must find and attain their own optimal level of anxiety.

I use the Cue Utilization, Multidimensional Anxiety, Yerkes-Dobson and the IZOF theories to explain the mental processes that lead us to choke under pressure. We can use these theories to gain a general understanding of what goes on in our mind in order to prepare for decisive moments in our competitions.

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This video uses sports psychology theories to explain why athletes choke under pressure. In order to perform under pressure, athletes must find and attain their own optimal level of anxiety.

I use the Cue Utilization, Multidimensional Anxiety, Yerkes-Dobson and the IZOF theories to explain the mental processes that lead us to choke under pressure. We can use these theories to gain a general understanding of what goes on in our mind in order to prepare for decisive moments in our competitions.

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This video uses sports psychology theories to explain why athletes choke under pressure. In order to perform under pressure, athletes must find and attain their own optimal level of anxiety.

I use the Cue Utilization, Multidimensional Anxiety, Yerkes-Dobson and the IZOF theories to explain the mental processes that lead us to choke under pressure. We can use these theories to gain a general understanding of what goes on in our mind in order to prepare for decisive moments in our competitions.