In sports psychology, mental training is used to help athletes develop mental toughness, which is an indispensable ingredient for top performance. Athletes that are mentally tough are more likely to show behaviors like consistent training, composed performance actions, responsibility and accountability, adaptive development, team support (Anthony, 2017), self-efficacy, optimism and attention and emotion regulation (Gucciardi et al., 2014), than their less mentally tough counterparts. Mentally tough athletes have the ‘personal capacity to deliver high performance on a regular basis despite having varying degrees of situational demands‘ (Gucciardi and Hanton, 2016). There’s plenty of research supporting the benefits of mental training for performance, as well as personal testimonials of professional and non-professional athletes and teams. To name a few athletes: Nathan Chen, Lindsey Vonns, Steffen Deibler, Bill Russell, Kobe Bryant Michael Jordan, Nick Faldo and Rohan Dennis.