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Want a great strategy so that you’ll never have to lose again? Think of it! You can be guaranteed that you'll always come out on top! How good would that be? You can win the league, be numero uno, elevate yourself to top dog!

 

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I specialize in helping athletes of all ages overcome performance fears, blocks and slumps. What quite often fuels these problems are spoken or unspoken parental expectations and the child-athlete's inner response to them.

Here's how it works: A parent may openly pressure their child to perform and respond unfavorably when that child fails to meet...

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There are some pains that you want to push yourself through whenever you train or compete. Then there are some pains that you want to carefully listen to and back down from because they represent important information from your body telling you that, "You're injured and need to stop!" When you push yourself through the first kind of discomfort, the pain and fatigue of oxygen debt from hard training, you get stronger and build endurance. When you try to push yourself through the second kind of pain because you want to be "tough" or don't...

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They say that "talk is cheap." They also say that "after everything is said and done, more is said than done." If you want to really teach your child-athlete some valuable life lessons, then forget all of this worthless chatter. Instead, why not use the most powerful teaching/parenting tool available to you? MODELING 

The way your children will learn the fastest and best from you is by mirroring your behaviors. This is really how all of us naturally learn. Long before we could...

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You make all of the practices regardless of how crappy you're feeling. They, on the other hand, don't show up if they have a hangnail! Most days you're the first one at training and the last one to leave. They often come late and leave early. ...

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Want an excellent way to kill your self-confidence and pull the plug on your motivation at the same time? If so, then try COMPARISON. Take your performance and compare it with a teammate's, an opponent's or anyone else's. It's a surefire way to get you feeling badly about yourself.

One of my athletes competed over the weekend in a swim meet. He had a chronic problem of getting much too nervous before his performances and, as a consequence, would always underachieve. However,...

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