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PART 1: BEING IN FLOW

PART 1: BEING IN FLOW


Being in the zone, in tune, or on autopilot, are all ways of describing a flow state in sports. It’s within these periods of total control that we thrive, that our pursuits feel completely natural and effortless. 
For many, this is the holy grail, the reason we do our sports in the first place, but these moments can sometimes be fleeting. In 1999, the book Flow In Sports was released..

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PART 2: FLOW FUNDAMENTALS

PART 2: FLOW FUNDAMENTALS

In the second instalment on the Science of Flow, we take an overview on the key components needed to achieve flow. Flow is a psychological state that uses up all of our attention and concentration to the point that no other thoughts can enter our minds. In the book Flow In Sports, the authors lay out nine key components required to get into the zone..

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PART 3: CHALLENGE-SKILLS BALANCE

PART 3: CHALLENGE-SKILLS BALANCE

The key to progression in sport, as well as getting in the zone, is mastering the challenge-skills balance.There’s a reason some of our most epic days in the mountains often happen when we’ve pushed ourselves out of our comfort zone. Taking on terrain at the very edge of our ability requires us to totally engage, concentrate and pay close attention..

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PART 4: TRANSCENDING AWARENESS

PART 4: TRANSCENDING AWARENESS

Heightened awareness is a useful component of flow and if used well can be used to influence how we perform. Becoming completely absorbed in what you’re doing can free you from negative thought and day-to-day issues. Becoming completely absorbed in what you’re doing can free you from negative thought and day-to-day issues. Perhaps this is why many..

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PART 5: KNOWING WHERE YOU’RE GOING

PART 5: KNOWING WHERE YOU’RE GOING

With no direction, it can be hard to tune in and enjoy the ride. An outline, a plan, or even a rough idea of where you want to go allows you to stop worrying about the unknowns and fully take in the experience. This can be as simple as looking up at a face and plotting your line, but premeditation runs much deeper in our progression and development in sport..

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PART 6: TAKING ADVANTAGE OF FEEDBACK

PART 6: TAKING ADVANTAGE OF FEEDBACK

In our sixth part of Flow In Sports we learn how sensory feedback can help us access the flow state. When we talk about feedback, we are focusing on information that can help us assess our performance. Often, if we can tune into this feedback in real-time, we have the opportunity..

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PART 7: FOCUSING ON THE PRESENT

PART 7: FOCUSING ON THE PRESENT

As cliché as it might sound, when we’re in flow, we’re living in the moment. With all of our senses and concentration dedicated to real-time actions and feedback, we don't have the capacity to consider what came before or what might come next. These distractions can easily slip into our minds though and it’s a good idea to understand how they can be derailing..

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PART 8: CONTROLLING THE CONTROLLABLES

PART 8: CONTROLLING THE CONTROLLABLES

Control is a double-edged sword. Try to gain too much and you could do more harm than good. Control is necessary in all sports, but often we run the risk of trying to control things out of our personal remit, which can be detrimental to achieving flow. It's important to know where the boundaries lie between what you should be trying to control, and which things serve..

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PART 9: FOCUSING ON FUN

PART 9: FOCUSING ON FUN

In the final instalment of our Flow In Sports breakdown, we look at one of the most important elements of the mindset. While this might not have always been the main driving force for adults to take up a new sport, it’s almost always the reason for continuing with it. We’ve covered a lot of ground and while it might seem like a lot to take in, it’s the balance of these.. 

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