Learning to 'go for it' further strengthens your belief that you CAN play well.
During the clinics in this series (however many you attend), Coach Jonathan and some of our best volleyball coaches will teach you how to develop and practice very effective psychological tools on and off the court through informative group discussions coupled with effective reinforcement through volleyball drills and games.
These tried and true vital mental skills empower you to enhance your performance and achievement to a level beyond that of other players on the court.
I was so impressed with the coaching you provided in her workshop that I would really like to enroll her in your spring league. Learn to focus on the task at hand (playing your best) with intensity AND mental clarity.
I have checked the game dates and it does not interview with her other club commitment. Stop letting outside distractions affect your game...become so in tune with your high level of play that nothing has an influence on you unless you want it to.
Let mistakes roll of your back, turn daunting or taunting opponents into motivation, and truly believe down to your core that you WILL come through at key moments, even when the game is on the line.
Search the internet, and you will see that research in neuroscience and psychology shows that 80% of success is in our heads (beliefs, attitudes, perspectives, mindsets, and mental habits); while only 20% is through our actions.
She also loved the one-on-one instruction she received for her serving and her hitting. Are you ready to conquer self-doubt, regret and frustration?
Thank you so much to the coaches for sharing their time, their talent, and their skills!!! It’s easy to get down on yourself when you miss a serve and it’s natural to dwell on mistakes you make during a game…to the point of intimidating yourself into playing badly.
Are you standing and watching the volleyball rather than consistently and assertively moving toward it and making important plays?
The 'great one' is inside you, waiting to be unleashed.
The world’s top athletes use a consistent set of mental habits to improve technical skills, increase physical strength, create faster movement, and enhance stamina to the point of an otherwise unexplained improvement in overall performance in a given sport.