Mumbai-based Cricketers’ Foundation launched an initiative to help teenaged boys and girls from the city cope with the pressures and anxiety of playing a sport like cricket.
The initiative was launched in April in partnership with Mindsports and it has enabled the mental training sessions which will help young cricketers in performance enhancement and stress management, Foundation chairman Makarand Waingankar said in a release.
The first batch of twelve boys from the megapolis have completed the preliminary six mental health training sessions carried out by Mugdha Bavare and her team of sports psychologists.
Mugdha and her team is also currently involved with similar mental training for members of India’s Olympic squad across various sports, it added.
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Currently, around 60 teenaged boys and…