As I watched this is just started laughing because it was so damned confusing. I have had THOUSANDS of "performance experiences". I also have lots of "performance memories". They are not necessarily the same thing but really this applies to SO FEW people because what it really is is about "winning" moments or crossing the finish line first. Getting a big home run. Etc. The problem with sports psychologists is their sampling. All that happy horseshit is fine for pros getting paid big bucks but try it on a broken down guy working his ass off and trying to get strong and change some things about himself…which represents a much much larger proportion of trainees.
Maybe exercise psychology should be considered a different thing than sports psychology which seems to be about baby sitting immature professionals.
Man the process is more complicated than than the task. I get completely lost reading and listening to stuff like that. By the time I was done "visualizing" I be so darn tired of it I'd probably want to throw my hands up in the air and forget the whole thing.