It entails working on mental strength with other athletes. Regardless of whether they are adults or youth athletes, it is very challenging, inspiring and motivating. The combination of studying psychology and being a professional athlete myself for many years allowed me to experience many situations most athletes have to deal with and will always deal with in the competition circuit. We work on topics like focus, goal-setting, organization, self-confidence, self-efficacy, structure in private and training life, nervousness, activation and relaxation, motivation, body language, discipline, rituals, team spirit, rehabilitation, etc. Controlling all those things creates mental strength and enables an athlete to deliver when it really matters.