„Choking under pressure“ hits athletes, when they start thinking in stressful situations about their technique and in consequence their access to the automated movement is blocked. A remedy for such „mental blocks“ in the prefrontal cortex is to select a word for such situations, which positively describes the actually controlled movements. Sometimes it is already enough to think about about a color. A professional golfer has describes his movement with „supple“ and thus gets his fear of the decisive putt largely under control. A fine example of a „trick the mind“ strategy.