Imagine stepping onto the line for each point you play calm and ready to perform. You are self-confident because you know that you’ve done the work to feel completely ready to play.
How do you get there?
You reach this place of stability by establishing a pregame mental prep routine, which will help you systematically cover areas that will influence your performance. You will feel more in control and you will be better able to stay focused and relaxed before and during your game.
For your pregame mental routine to be powerful and effective at your season’s peak, you must start to work on it right now. Throughout the summer, you will try it out at tournaments, and this will allow you to make adjustments along the way. Here are three strategies for helping you build your pregame mental preparation routine.Join my Facebook Group for Coaches
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