The difference between sparring and the real thing is a mile apart. Here at Cambridge Sports Psychology we help you deal with fear, adrenalin or over confidence.
It’s a well known fact that a sport such as boxing is reckoned to be 90% physical, and 10% mental. All the training in the world can be undone by a thought!
You see those percentages can often reverse, and the chances of victory becomes 90% mental and 10% physical, the moment you climb into the ring to. 
So why waste time preparing yourself physically honing your skills and not spend time preparing yourself psychologically and develop a winning mental attitude.

The will must be stronger than the skill.


~ Muhammad Ali

What would it be like learning how to stay relaxed before the fight. Some boxers are overly nervous or overly anxious before a bout begins  ultimately leading to an undeserved loss.
Learn how to remain confident, calm and focused before and during the course of the fight.
Learn to have a positive mental attitude and a fighting spirit. It’s not just knowing your strengths and weaknesses, it’s having the motivation skills to get mentally and physically better in all areas as you train and be able to transfer these to your time in the ring. 

A champion is someone who gets up when he can’t.


~ Jack Dempsey