The Mental Gym™ is completely different.
Once athletes complete the TAP assessment, they go to the Mental Gym™ to work on psychological skills that will help with the mental part of their game.
For instance, there is a Mental Toughness Boot Camp that includes many workouts and activities similar to what is used in training Special Forces in the military. This includes resiliency, confidence, emotional control and energy management.
Thus, the mental part of the Mental Gym™ focuses on the mind of the athlete and the gym part of the Mental Gym™ means that athletes need to continually do workouts, not just to improve strength and stamina, but also important psychological skills related to performance.
Many of the workouts span a month or more of routine activities and athletes are given reminders about developing better mental habits, so that improvement is on-going.