MENTAL AND PHYSICAL CONFIDENCE There are two types of confidence: physical and mental. Physical confidence is the unconscious brain’s calculations of what the body can do. Mental confidence is the conscious feeling that follows physical confidence. While, as we have seen, mental confidence is affected by experience in training and racing, it is most strongly influenced by physiological feedback to the unconscious brain from the body. Mental confidence is confidence as we all know it: a belief that we are capable of performing specific tasks or achieving specific goals. Physical confidence is a subconscious calculation that predicts our physical limits with respect to a specific task. In cruder terms, mental confidence is what the mind thinks the body can do. Physical confidence is what the body itself knows it can do.
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