The aim of this study was to investigate the effect of combined exercises on motivational and impulsive self-talk of taekwondo practitioners. The statistical population included all female taekwondo practitioners in Mashhad in the age range of 18 to 30 years, from which 40 people were randomly divided into two groups. The present study was an applied and quasi-experimental study with a pre-test and post-test research design with a control group. In order to collect data, Theodorakis and Papaiano (2008) automatic self-talk questionnaire and Barat et al. (2004) impulsivity questionnaire were used. The subjects in the combined training group did 12 sessions of 90 minutes of combined training (physical and psychological) and the control group did only physical training. Loon, Kolmogorov-Smirnov tests and one-way analysis of covariance were used to analyze the data and test the research hypotheses at a significance level of less than 0.05. The findings showed; Combined exercises have a significant effect on self-talk and impulsivity of taekwondo practitioners (p = 0.001). According to the mean scores of the two groups in the post-test stage, it can be concluded that combined physical and psychological exercises have a positive effect on self-talk and impulsivity of taekwondo practitioners and has increased self-talk and decreased impulsivity of taekwondo practitioners. The findings indicate that the taekwondo technical staff can use other physical and psychological protocols in one session if they use combination exercises, taking into account individual differences.