How to Stop Being Hard on Yourself

Do You Stay Composed After Missing Routine Balls?

How do you stay composed and not be hard on yourself when missing shots on the tennis court?

This is a huge challenge for perfectionists that hate to miss routine or easy balls. In this week’s tennis psychology podcast, mental game of tennis expert, Dr. Patrick Cohn answers a question from Barry.

He wants to know how to stop being so hard on himself when missing balls. Peak Performance Sports helps tennis players of all level improve mental skills for performance.

Please watch the video below to improve your mindset for tennis:

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