The 7 Cardinal Sins of Mindset in Tennis

 The 7 Cardinal Sins of Mindset in Tennis   Indifference/Apathy – If you want to achieve your goals and improve performance, there’s no room for any lack in effort. Always put in 110%. Stubbornness – Being stubborn means your aren’t coachable. Being uncoachable will make you unsuccessful. However, being open-minded will expose new skills or…

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No More Stereotyping

We, as athletes, are all guilty of doing this. We end up stereotyping our opponents before even playing against them. We hear that they are tall, haven’t lost a game all year because of their skill, where they grew up, etc., which can really create some serious mental blocks.  This can go the other way…

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Eliminate Mindset Distractions

Trying to completely empty your mind seems like an easy task, until you want to practice it. It is so simple to be able to erase everything in your head, for only a couple of seconds.  Why does it seem like other people can practice having an empty mind but it just doesn’t seem like…

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Jump Levels

There is always another level in you. I don’t care who you are: A JV player or Lebron James.What is the biggest room in the world? It is the Room for Improvement. I also have always looked up to players like Michael Jordan, Lebron James, and Skyler Diggins. Whether you were a freshman, a National…

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10 Ways to Build Confidence on the Court

10 Ways to Build Confidence on the Court   I don’t need to sell anyone on the importance of confidence in tennis. Simply put, it’s an absolute must because it separates the good from the great, and the elite from everyone else. Our 1-1 mindset program is all about practical tennis-specific exercises players can do…

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