Making a resolution in the new year? What better way to achieve your personal goals than to train your brain like an Olympian with an Olympic State Of Mind.


Olympic State of Mind presented by Bridgestone is a multimedia experience which helps you to become the best version of yourself by exploring how Olympic athletes use sport psychology techniques such as mindfulness, visualisation and motivation to perform their best. Olympic State of Mind is available at Olympic Channel and its mobile apps.


Fans will learn some of the techniques used by Olympic medallists including wrestling’s Jordan Burroughs (USA), badminton’s P.V. Sindhu (IND), swimming’s Ariarne Titmus (AUS), athletics’ Allyson Felix (USA) and Thomas Rohler (GER) and triathlete Ai Ueda (JPN) that have helped them to overcome pressure and compete on the world’s biggest stage.


To get started, visit Olympic Channel and click “explore” to begin learning about mindfulness, visualisation and motivation through videos featuring athlete interviews, interactive quizzes, articles and tips from experts and more including:



How to turn negative emotions into positives: In the simplest terms, mindfulness helps to make you more aware of your thoughts, emotions and feelings in the present moment. Being emotionally aware can help everyone to reach their goals regardless of ability.