If you do not trust your ability when performing, you are more likely to over-analyze your technique, which could lead to performing tentatively. It is important that you trust what you learned in practice. The trusting mindset is the ability to rely on practice, play freely, and let it flow in games.
Do not worry about having perfect technique in competition. This means focusing on execution and NOT how to do it. Trust that your mechanics are good enough, rather than trying too hard. You goal is to become a performer instead of a learner. By trying less in competition you will allow your skills to be automatic or instinctive based on your practice and preparation.
Become a fearless athlete and improve your trust with The Fearless Athlete program.