Patrick Cohn

Mental Imagery Styles in Your Tennis Game

Strategies to Push Through Fatigue in Matches

Traditionally, mental imagery has been used by athletes to mentally practice motor skills outside of regular practice. It can also enhance your ability to perform motor skills in competition by improving focus; helping you make plans and develop strategies; and programming your body to execute tennis shots. Mental

Parenting Perfectionist Young Tennis Players

Often, we hear from parents who worry about young athletes who are hard on themselves, become easily frustrated, and take disappointment home with them. You’re likely familiar with these types of athletes. They’re perfectionists or athletes who display perfectionistic behaviors. Perfectionistic athletes criticize themselves for making mistakes, often

Top 8 Signs You Need a Better Mental Game

Tennis Psychology

Let’s face it, some tennis players have mental toughness while others allow their mind to interfere with peak performance on the tennis court. Many tennis players just don’t realize the importance of their mental game strength. What are the top signs your mental game is preventing your from