Men­tal power and body bal­ance us­ing pro­fes­sional ath­letic tools

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The de­mands of a mod­ern work en­vi­ron­ment are of­ten as chal­leng­ing as com­pet­i­tive sports. Fear of fail­ure and time pres­sure are emo­tions ev­ery ath­lete has to deal with and so the golf­na­dine team uses meth­ods nor­mally as­so­ci­ated with pro­fes­sional sports to pre­pare man­agers for daily chal­lenges.

The bod­ily re­sources are de­pleted, the head un­der pres­sure: this is the start­ing point for golf­na­dine’s train­ing meth­ods. Men­tal coach and PGA golf pro­fes­sional Na­dine Rass as ath­lete and trainer trav­elled around the globe for many years and has learned to mas­ter the most dif­fi­cult of tasks.“The ac­cord­ing cop­ing strate­gies can eas­ily be trans­ferred to a mod­ern, dig­i­tal work en­vi­ron­ment,”says the ex­pe­ri­enced coach.

A spe­cial fea­ture is the im­pulse train­ing the golf­na­dine team has de­vel­oped for up to 300 peo­ple, tack­ling the cur­rent prob­lems of a dis­rup­tive work en­vi­ron­ment.“Our par­tic­i­pants ex­pe­ri­ence in­di­vid­ual ben­e­fits through ac­tive im­pulse train­ing,” says Na­dine Rass.

The train­ing cov­ers top­ics like re­silience and ac­tive re­gen­er­a­tion, com­bined with move­ment train­ing out­doors – breath­ing ex­er­cises and dy­namic Power Qi Gong, which the golf­na­dine team has also de­vel­oped.“It is an emo­tion­ally charged way of re­leas­ing stress in the hu­man body.”The ac­quired men­tal tools are easy to han­dle and of­fer coachees per­sonal sup­port in their daily work life.

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