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Most of us have experienced this feeling, of being in an Mercury blue head and redhead or interview and feeling control is slipping away. As overwhelming favourites to win the World Cup inthat's exactly what seemed to afflict the All Blacks as they completely unraveled when caught in a French storm in the quarter-finals. It was a familiar story, of being the best team in the world for three years but failing to deliver when it mattered most.

What ensued was a period of despair, followed by reflection and then an acceptance that something had to change, especially with the World Cup being on home soil.

Which is where Gazing Performancethe experts in performing under pressure, came in. That's a hard thing for anyone to admit, let alone the best team in the world. After that there was intense work for both coaches and players, in the classroom, on the training pitch and in matches, with techniques practised and honed.

There was an acknowledgement that mentality was an important cog in the performance wheel, along with the technical, physical and tactical. That's exactly what Cohesive Coaching in Manchester on June 20th will be about. In the lead-up, he told us about the work Gazing do with clients including the All Blacks, England Rugby and the Gurkhas.

It was first developed by Gazing duo Evans and Hanham in Evans, a forensic psychologist who won 56 caps for New Zealand as a footballer, knew the underpinning science, while Hanham, a graphic designer who had coached teams to Olympic level, was able to bring it to life visually. Red head is the feeling of being tight, inhibited and anxious, whereas blue is being calm, clear and accurate.

The key for an elite athlete is to move back to the blue, which is where mental techniques come in. First a player needs to recognise the "red flags". Then it takes "deliberate effort to get attention back and not be diverted by an unhelpful emotion.

That's why you may have seen former All Blacks captain Richie McCaw stamping his feet, or his successor, Kieran Read, looking around the stadium. These were their reminders "to get your attention back on the task at hand, rather than something you are worried or anxious about. These were their cues Mercury blue head and redhead reboot. They also used acronyms to help them focus on the task at hand, such as LQB lightening quick ball and OTG over the gainline. Despite the simplicity of red and blue, there are no short-cuts here to performing under pressure.

Few have the will to prepare to win. How would you get your attention back? How would you adapt your strategy? How would you continue to execute your skills? The other bit of bad news for us mere mortals Porn actress eva longoria that mental skills alone are never enough - you need a technical and physical bedrock to be able to perform under pressure.

I may have strong mental skills, but I'll never win the Masters, because my technical skills aren't good enough. The All Blacks used something called a 'skills ladder' during training: ramping up the intensity and pressure under which they had to execute their skills. Gazing say they never get between the coach and player, but equip them to perform under pressure.

Ashton, who will be hosting TGG's Cohesive Coachingexplained how he built mentality and performing under pressure into his Mercury blue head and redhead sessions.

Brian Ashton: "We called them disruptive actions. I'd take a player off, red card a player, make the pitch smaller, all without warning and without giving the players time to think. Mercury blue head and redhead remember taking Jonny Wilkinson off in one practise match and he stood with me at the side.

Things unravelled and it took the other players about two minutes to realise what had happened. That told us we needed to do more work on thinking clearly in the heat of battle.

Martin Fairn used to come out onto the training pitch with me and observe what I was doing. Some coaches feel their voices have to be heard all the time. However, Dr Tom Little, the Head of Performance at Preston North End and a nutrition expert, says the science in the film is a mix of the good, Mercury blue head and redhead bad and the downright ugly.

REHAB has been described as a process of 'control to chaos'. The only problem has been the absence of an accurate and objective way to measure that chaos - until now, perhaps.

Red to blue: How the All Blacks perform under pressure. Written by Simon Mercury blue head and redhead — May 22, Each player worked on his own personal strategy and cues. They also looked at control circles. Mourinho brings in Lille duo alongside tried and trusted Posted on Wednesday, November 20, More stories. Neil Bath: Chelsea now realising year Academy dream. Vitor Matos: 'Connector' between Liverpool's Academy and first team. IMU Step: Helping to monitor chaos during rehab?

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