Archive | September, 2014

How To Coach Your Child At Any Sport: Two Simple Tips

Over the years, many parents ask me for advice about what they should say and do after their child finishes a game or a tournament. After the competition, it is useful to ask these two simple questions: 1. What did you enjoy or like about today’s game? 2. What did you learn today that can […]

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Sports Psychology And Fencing: Fourteen Tips To Be A Better Fencer

Over the years, I have been lucky enough to counsel some of the top fencers in the world. I knew very little about the sport when they first came to see me, but these athletes have educated me about the world of fencing. One fencer who was quite aware of the mental aspects of the […]

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Sports Psychology: New Research Shows How 1,000 Athletes Improved Their Strength, Confidence And Focus

Can your mind affect your body? Can you train yourself to become physically stronger by changing the way you think? What kinds of techniques can athletes use to build their confidence, focus and physical strength? New data based on research with approximately one thousand athletes show that 85% of athletes who learn a simple technique […]

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Tennis Tips: Ten Ways Boxing Can Make You A Better Tennis Player.

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Adrian Petersen Spanking Case: Should You Spank Your Child?

Should You Spank Your Child? Eight Reasons Why You Should Not Discipline Your Child In This Manner The recent charges against Adrian Petersen have generated some media attention on the issue of spanking, disciplining children and domestic violence. Based on the facts reported thus far, it appears that Adrian Petersen was somewhat out of control […]

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Sports Psychology And Tennis: The Importance Of Early Preparation In Top Tennis Players

The importance of early preparation in tennis and other sports has been well-documented. Nick Bollettieri, the well known tennis coach, in one of his books describes a rating system that he used to evaluate the level of various tennis players. An average player gets ready or prepared as the ball bounces on his or her […]

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Sports Psychology And Tennis: Six Tips To Improve Your Volley

Several weeks ago, a tennis buddy of mine asked me for a tip to help him with his volley. Many players make the mistake of over swinging when they are at the net. I reminded him that less is more where the volley is concerned. Here are the tips I gave him. 1. Do as […]

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