Go Into Matches Fearless
In “Sessions with Doc,” Dr. Patrick Cohn answers your sports psychology and mental training questions about Helping Tennis Players Trust In Their Skills In Tournaments. Visit Peaksports.com and click on contact us to submit your question for Dr. Cohn to answer in his mental game videocast or podcast.
Do you find yourself often performing better in practice than you do in competition?
This is a number one reason why athletes come to see us at Peak Performance Sports because they know they’re under performing compared to what they’re capable of in practice.
Today I’m previewing The Fearless Athlete CD and workbook program which gives you all my strategies for how to take your practice game to competition.
Here’s the question Dr. Patrick Cohn answers this week:
How can you help your athletes bring their practice game to competition?
Watch the video below to hear what Dr. Cohn has to say about Helping Tennis Players Trust In Their Skills In Tournaments. Don’t forget to subscribe to our YouTube channel to be updated on all our latest videos!
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Tennis Confidence 2.0
“Tennis Confidence: Mental Game Strategies for Tournament Players” is an audio and workbook program to help tennis players, coaches, and instructors improve the mental game of tennis is just 10 easy to learn sessions. Tennis Confidence: Mental Game Strategies for Tournament Players Audio and Workbook program is ideal for any junior, collegiate, and tour professional player. Tennis coaches and instructors would also be wise to teach the strategies “Tennis Confidence.”
Tennis Confidence is a complete mental training program developed Peak Performance Sports. You learn the same strategies Dr. Cohn teaches his tennis players to help them improve mental toughness and consistency – from managing unrealistic expectations to coping with perfectionism.