What does the ESi Athletic Performance Indicator measure?

After intense research over a two year period with high performance athletes in a variety of sports in North America, Europe and Australia, New Edge Performance, in association with RocheMartin, has isolated 10 key competencies characteristic of high performers.

After intense research over a two year period with high performance athletes in a variety of sports in North America, Europe and Australia, New Edge Performance, in association with RocheMartin, has isolated 10 key competencies characteristic of high performers. The ESi Athletic Performance Indicator is the only evaluation tool designed to assess these competencies and provide athletes and coaches with additional performance information about the athlete.

The competencies include:
  1. Self-Awareness
    The athlete’s ability to be aware of how emotions impact performance, know their strengths and limits and align values and goals with actions.
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  2. Self-Confidence
    The athlete’s ability to believe in their abilities, decisions and opinions and express confidence in challenging circumstances.
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  3. Self-Reliance
    The athlete’s ability to be independent in actions and judgements.
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  4. Achievement Drive
    The athlete’s ability to set their own personal standard of excellence and not be constrained by the expectations of others.
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  5. Competitiveness
    The athlete’s commitment to winning and aggressive willingness to compete.
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  6. Resilience
    The athlete’s ability to recover quickly from difficult circumstances.
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  7. Focus
    The athlete’s ability to keep the mind on a task for an extended period.
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  8. Self-Control
    The athlete’s ability to keep impulsive emotions under control when under pressure.
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  9. Flexibility
    The athlete’s ability to adapt their approach to changing situations and take appropriate risk.
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  10. Optimism
    The athlete’s ability to see the big picture and sense opportunities in the face of adversity.
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