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Team Family: It takes a family to raise and inspire an athlete

The family unit, whatever its make-up, can be a powerful contributing force to a young athlete’s preparation and success in sport. With the right approach, training to get all members of the family on the same page and supportive of … Continue reading

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The Importance of Being Unrealistic in Sport

If you have ever been told that you are too small, too old, too slow, too weak, too inconsistent or too meek, this video is for you.  And, if someone has told you that you just don’t have what it … Continue reading

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Three Tips for Mental Rehearsal in Sport

 “I learned there are troubles     of more than one kind. Some come from ahead,     others come from behind. But I’ve bought a big bat. I’m all ready, you see. Now my troubles are going     to have trouble … Continue reading

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The Part-time Athlete: Balancing Sport and Family

One of the nice things about working with young athletes is that for the most part they have uncomplicated lives. They eat, sleep, go to school, practice and compete. However, with older athletes life gets a whole lot more complicated. … Continue reading

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POST TRAUMATIC GROWTH IN YOUR SPORT

What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger How long can an athlete endure the humiliation of defeat in an attempt to get it right?  This human, competitive nature and willingness to accept “pain” is very intriguing.  And with all the … Continue reading

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