Over the past 34 years, I’ve worked with squash and tennis coaches around the world who want to help their players consistently be at their best when it counts. I’ve learned first hand the challenges that these coaches face while training mentally tough athletes.
Dr. G. I want to thank you for your new audio series. I have found it incredibly helpful for my squash game. I have always been the kind of player who loses confidence when my opponent strings a number of points together and I’ve had trouble stopping the slide. Your program has helped me get a handle on this and enabled me to stay calm and focused despite my opponent’s runs! In a quarterfinal match last weekend I was ahead 1 – 0 in games when my opponent won the next two games. Instead of panicking, I was able to calmly refocus and win the next two games for the match. I have never done that before! Wow! Thanks! – Jake, Pennsylvania
Coaches want to know:
- Why do my players fall apart under pressure?
- What causes them to lose to weaker opponents?
- How do I help them bust slumps?
- What can I do to help build mental toughness?
- How do I help them rebound quickly from mistakes and bad breaks?
- How do I get their parents to work with, NOT against me?
Coach G! I don’t know how to thank you for your “help” over these last few months. I have been using your audio set and I have finally learned to play my OWN game. Before, certain players would always freak me out and I’d get so nervous, I’d end up beating myself by over thinking about them. You’ve taught me what I had been doing wrong and how to correct it and I am eternally grateful. – Scotty, D-1 player, New Jersey
I get it. You want your players to succeed, and it can be really frustrating when you see them not playing the way that you know they can. What if I could provide you with the same tools and strategies I’ve used to help thousands of coaches build mentally tough players and teams?
- Learn what causes slumps and how to bust them.
- Train your athletes to concentrate under pressure.
- Help them quickly rebound from mistakes andsetbacks.
- Teach them to master last minute negative thinking and doubts.
- Help them mentally prepare for big tournaments.
- Learn effective strategies to get parents to work with you, not against you.
My before match nerves used to kill my confidence and tighten me up so that I would lose to players I should’ve been beating. Your mental series is fantastic and has helped me keep my cool when I play and my ranking has skyrocketed! – Denise, Pennsylvania.
This package is based on my extensive experience working one-on-one with squash and tennis players at every level, helping them overcome performance blocks and play to their potential. In it, I’m including everything I know about training mentally tough athletes and getting their parents to work with, not against you!
I used to regularly choke against certain opponents, getting easily psyched out! Your CDs have really helped me stay calm and focused! Now when I walk on the court, I feel confident regardless of who I’m matched up against! – Gretchen, Connecticut
You dedicate a lot of time to training your squash players physically, so don’t leave the all important MENTAL side of your sport to chance. This combination of audio programs and books will give you EVERYTHING that you need to develop mentally tough athletes and take your team to the next level!
WHAT IS INCLUDED
Tennis and Racquet Sports with the Competitive Edge
Dr. G’s BRAND NEW mental toughness training program specifically designed for competitive players of all ages and abilities! Want to take your squash to the next level?
PARENTS AND COACHES GUIDE TO WINNING AT THE YOUTH SPORTS GAME
What EVERY parent and coach needs to know to help your child-athlete feel and perform like a WINNER!
THIS IS YOUR BRAIN ON SPORTS
Dr. G.’s revolutionary new book will help you beat blocks and performance fears for good!
GETTING PARENTS TO WORK WITH YOU, NOT AGAINST YOU
What every coach should know about getting parents to work WITH, not AGAINST you. Are OVER involved parents driving you to distraction?
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