Success Is A Journey

When focusing on mindset training, we place a large emphasis on setting goals. Maybe your goal is to win Wimbledon, be the first singles player from your high school to win a state title, or maybe its just breaking into the starting lineup. However, it can seem contradictory that another major mindset pillar is to…

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Stress Management: Put The Glass Down!

A story from Kathy Hadley:“A psychologist walked around a room while teaching stress management to an audience. As she raised a glass of water, everyone expected they’d be asked the “half empty or half full” question.Instead, with a smile on her face, she inquired, “How heavy is this glass of water?” Answers called out ranged…

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7 Necessary Technical Skills in Volleyball:

There are, without a doubt, a lot of skills that are required for volleyball. If you’ve ever watched a professional or college volleyball match, you’ve noticed the athletes are able to perform very well at a fast-paced speed. You’ve probably seen some crazy dives and pancakes on defense as well as slides, ones, C’s, shoots,…

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The Clean Slate

When you are competing in tennis, it is easy to get wrapped up in the match. However, when you lose a particular game, set, or maybe even a string of matches in a short amount of time, you could easily get discouraged and assume that just because you have lost before, you are bound to…

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Hate to Lose or Love to Win; how a growth mindset keeps an athlete and coach in check.

By Jimmy KaishianNCAA AA wrestler                                  Collegiate Coach9/21/2018                        After emphasizing in an interview that failure doesn’t exist Kobe Bryant was asked if he ended his career without an NBA championship, would he consider it a failure. His response was, in my unbiased opinion, awesome… In…

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