If you're a coach who isn't satisfied with the way your player/players apply their physical, technical, and tactical skills in matches, this video series is for you.
In it, I'll summarise 7 of the most common mistakes I see coaches make when trying to help players develop mental toughness.
P.S., In a few days we'll be opening up registration to my Coaching Mental Toughness Professional Development Class which will start next week. I'll let you know the details of the class later in the week :-)
If you have been following my suggestions you would have heard me talk a lot about what I call ‘Committed Actions’. These are the processes that players should commit to during points that increase the chance of improvement and success.
But what are the actions that players should commit to? At Mentally Tough Tennis we categorize them into 4 categories...and that’s what this week’s ‘Mental Toughness Made Simple’ video is about.
One of the biggest challenges in tennis is effectively committing to processes that increase the chance of success throughout matches rather than getting caught up in the outcome...
In this week's video I'm going to walk you through how I promote player's ability to do this more effectively :-) And if you'd like to access the Competitor's Score Worksheet that I use in this video you can do so here...
Have a great week :-)
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