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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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When the Coach is in the Zone

Hockey playoff season is happening right now and this tip is for hockey coaches as well as coaches in other sports. Coaches set the tone and the example for the team in terms of posture and physiology. If the coaches … Continue reading

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The impact one athlete can have despite a screaming coach

How a 14-year old uses the Zone to take leadership and inspire his team I’ve written many blogs and articles on the need to be in the Zone and the following email exchange between a client’s father and me demonstrates … Continue reading

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