How to clear up the yips
RIGHT UP FRONT:
I invite readers to temporarily suspend disbelief and consider the news that, nowadays, there are mental/emotional fitness techniques and skill sets I can teach anyone how to use to clear up the yips! I am doing some myth busting and, in this case, it is the myth that the Yips is career ending.
It does not have to be.
What has been tragically popularized is the name, yips, for labeling a potentially debilitating mental/emotional/physical experience in sport performance. Athletes have come to fear this performance experience, while also being unable to out think…or positive think… their way out of the yips and into the clear to again throw a ball accurately, or hold a golf putter with relaxed hands and calm body/calm mind, etc.
thought/feeling experiences don’t just stay in the brain, they affect every cell of your body
Because the Yips experience becomes a body and mind issue, Greg utilizes Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT tapping) and Energy Psychology (EP) methods, which are body-energy based, as key tools for his mental-emotional-fitness-training work. The thoughts and feelings become “trapped” in the body/mind system such that we need methods to clear the upset not only out of the mind, but also to clear out the upset emotional energy that is trapped in the body.
Greg is also teaching how to apply modern-day brain science knowledge for consistent peak performances…teaching players that thought/feeling experiences don’t just stay in the brain, they affect every cell of your body, and teaching them how to effectively manage their nervous system activity while under the pressure of performing. Greg’s teaching mantra is, Let’s provide real help right now!
The yips is the colloquial term for a sudden and unexplained loss of skills in experienced athletes. Some credit the yips to a loss of fine motor skills; others consider the condition to be primarily psychological. However, it is poorly understood and has no known treatment or therapy. Athletes affected by the yips sometimes recover their ability, which may require a change in technique. Many are forced to abandon their sport at the highest level. Originally coined by golfer Tommy Armour to describe a sudden and inexplicable loss of the ability to putt correctly, the term has later been broadened to apply to any unexplained loss of skill, and has been applied to athletes in a wide variety of sports.
Getting Real Help Right Now
The yips issue is pervasive in sport; and, unless cleared up/cleared out of the body and mind, this performance issue can end a sports careers.
I have helped many players overcome the yips. Please feel free to contact me. I will tell you all about how we can attack this and we will start the process of getting you back to performing the way you want to.
Call Greg for fee quotes and explanations of his services at (541) 971-9810
“At the beginning of May, 2019, I had the opportunity to study under a man known as “The Yips Slayer.” He is called this because of his uncanny ability to help athletes with their yips. If you want to skip right to working with him, contact him here.
Greg Warburton taught me a lot about working with athletes and business professionals, but this was one topic I just couldn’t resist. The whole reason we linked up in the first place was because I referred one of my athletes to him.”
Tyler’s article about curing the Yips on the Peak Performance Group website can be read here.
Greg Warburton…The Guy I recommend EVERYONE TO for the YIPS.
ANYTIME I have a player who has the Yips, I refer them directly to Greg Warburton. He is the very best at clearing this out in players.
He is the best in the business. I saw him work wonders with players at Alabama and at Coastal Carolina. His technique is unique and works.
“Mr. Warburton has done an amazing job helping her release negative energy from her body and taught her ways to regain confidence and to be able to take the pitching circle again. Mr. Warburton’s techniques offer a new way of thinking and he has given her the joy back…”
– Jake Souhrada, father and Wilton High School Varsity Baseball Coach
When the yips afflict athletes,
they call Greg Warburton for help
Read the article in The Corvallis Gazette-Times