6 mindset pillars of golf

6 Mindset Pillars of Golf1. Compete in Golf because YOU want to. Your happiness and well-being is more important than success. If playing golf isn’t in your heart, then try something else. Don’t do it for someone else, do what YOU love for YOU. 2. Focus on the process not the outcome. If you keep improving each…

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10 qualities of a winner in golf

1. A winner doesn’t make excuses. It’s easy to find reasons to miss practices and workouts. But you have a winning mentality when you stick to your commitments even when conditions are not ideal.  2. A winner maintains a White Belt Mentality. Winners keep an open mind and learn what you can from anyone you can. They don’t write…

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Building Confidence in Lax

​10 Ways to Build Confidence on the FieldI don’t need to sell anyone on the importance of confidence in lacrosse. 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 lacrosse-specific exercises players can do to improve…

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6 Mindset pillars of Lax

1. Play Lacrosse because YOU want to. Your happiness and well-being is more important than success. If playing lacrosse isn’t in your heart, then try something else. Don’t do it for someone else, do what YOU love for YOU.2. Focus on the process not the outcome. If you keep improving each day, wins and titles will take…

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7 Cardinal sins of Lax mindset

Here are the 7 Cardinal Sins of Mindset in Lacrosse: 1. Indifference/Apathy – There’s no room for these feelings if you want to develop your skills and improve your performance. Always put in 110%. 2. Stubbornness – Being stubborn leads to being uncoachable, which leads to being unsuccessful. Be open-minded and you might be exposed…

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jump levels in lax

There is always another level in you no matter who you are. Whether you’re a JV lacrosse player or Paul Rabil, you have another level in you.My dad has always been my role model. When I was a kid my dad would always ask my brothers and I, what is the biggest room in the…

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