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Sports Injuries – Complete the Healing of Past Injuries and Surgeries

Stacey Vornbrock

Did you know that past injuries and surgeries never completely heal on the cellular level? That’s why you find it difficult as an athlete to return to your pre-injury level of performance even years after an injury or surgery. You’re aware your body is holding back and you try to mentally override that and you …Read More

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Sports Injuries – Rapidly Heal Current Injuries and Surgeries

Stacey Vornbrock

Injuries have such a major impact on your performance and your destiny as an athlete. If you would like to speed up the healing of current injuries and surgeries, and get better results from complimentary therapies at a deeper level, then you won’t want to miss this show. Stacey will explain exactly what happens when …Read More

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Here’s a Great Way to Start Your Day!

Stacey Vornbrock

Tap along with Sports Performance Pioneer Stacey Vornbrock every morning to start your day physically aligned with the ground you walk on. She developed this tapping protocol after she noticed many of her athletes telling her one of two things: “I got up this morning and when I put my feet on the floor, I …Read More

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Cure the Yips – Breakthrough Sports Performance

The “yips”…one of the most dreaded words in sports. Most athletes associate the yips with golfers, but athletes in baseball, tennis, and other sports can develop the yips. The yips are a phenomenon that is established on the physiological level of the body. That’s why mental and mechanical approaches to solving this issue do not …Read More

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Sports Performance – Competing vs. Creating

As an athlete it’s natural for you to think in terms of “competition” all the time. You’ve probably never questioned thinking that way. But do you find that you’re comparing yourself to other athletes frequently? Are you paying more attention to what someone else is doing than what you’re doing? Do you feel jealous or …Read More

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Should My Child Specialize in One Sport or Play Many Sports?

In this Breakthrough Sports Performance episode, EFT Expert and Sports Performance Pioneer, Stacey Vornbrock will speak with Mike Bell, the Director of Player Development for the Arizona Diamondbacks. We’ll discuss the value of exposing your children to a variety of sports while they’re young, rather than just specializing in one sport. Allowing your child to …Read More

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Applaud Yourself!

How often do you celebrate your small wins and successes? Do you acknowledge the progress you’re making toward your goals on a daily basis? Do you even notice you’re making progress toward your goals? I’ll bet you don’t! I’m willing to bet that you just focus on what hasn’t happened yet or what you still …Read More

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Is Your Fear of Success Holding You Back?

The fear of success can stop you from achieving your full potential of your attempts and endeavors. When you envision success, can you feel something holding you back? Many of the athletes Stacey works with have a genuine fear of success. They know that if they achieve the success they are seeking, their life will …Read More

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Is Your Fear of Failure Affecting Your Sports Performance?

Every athlete can identify with the fear of failure. The truth is, failure is inevitable. Everyone fails. It’s part of being human and it’s part of taking risks. The most successful athletes have failed the most. There is no way to have success without failure. In this episode, Stacey will talk about some of the …Read More

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Reduce Your Sports Performance Anxiety

Anxiety is one of the primary issues that athletes want help with. A certain amount of adrenaline is necessary to play well. Stacey refers to this as a state of “heightened awareness”. You need to be excited and pumped up to a certain extent to want to perform. But when you have too much adrenaline, …Read More

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