10 Rules for any sports season

  1. Never be outworked. Effort and Attitude is within your control. Always put in 100% effort. “WINNING is not everything–but making the EFFORT to win is”–Vince Lombardi …..Be willing to give everything that you have while competing and training. 2. Don’t focus on your statistics. Sometimes an off-day can throw off your statistics. Focus…

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predator vs prey mindset

You have a choice each moment in sports, in school and in life. Are you going to be the Predator or the Prey?When you think about the Animal Kingdom there are two types of animals: Predator animals and their Prey. There are key differences between these two types of animals.Prey animals have evolved to have…

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10 ways to build confidence on the court

  I don’t need to sell anyone on the importance of confidence in sports. Simply put, it’s an absolute must – It separates the good from the great, and the elite from everyone else. Our 1-1 mindset program is all about practical sport-specific exercises players can do to improve their mindset. Here are 10 practical…

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10 Mental mistakes Athletes Make and Corrections

1. Getting involved in the hype by reading the papers and/or looking up your stats. After your season is over, then you can check this stuff out. During the season, focus on always improving. 2. Associating with negative people. They will slow you down and taint your progress during the season. Keep your distance from…

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10 ways parents can help their kids play their best

  1. Verbally & Nonverbally communicate you believe in them. Great parents believe in their kids and communicate it regularly. You can TELL them and SHOW them that you believe they can do anything. 2. Verbally & Nonverbally communicate that you accept them, love them, & are proud of them NO MATTER WHAT. Let them know…

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Don’t get caught up in the Fan Mentality

  Stop approaching your sport as a spectator! Each person involved has their own role: players play, coaches coach, administrators administrate, referees ref, parents parent, etc. ​ Know your role – You are a player, an athlete, a participant. This means you must think like a participant, not as a coach, not as an administrator,…

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