Having been tennis trainers for over 20 years and worked with a diverse range of players from tennis professionals to tennis kids, we have seen a lot. We have also found some major missing links in players' tennis strength and conditioning programming and training. These are areas we are always trying to address and educate coaches, tennis parents, and players on. Getting the balance right is important and finding a way to keep players consistent is tough for most.
Aside from the missing links we find in the tennis training space, we have highlighted the need for players to understand the importance of building their game around 3 key areas. These 3 key areas need to be balanced and all functioning together in order to produce the best tennis results and create the best development pathway.
No matter your age or level of play, if you want to boost your performance, win more matches, remain injury-free, and stay motivated then you should be aware of these areas and be doing something to improve in each area. What we have found is that most players are really strong and developed in one area with minimal focus on the other 2. Some players get 2 areas working well, but in my opinion, we see little emphasis and focus placed on area 3. So today we want to focus on area 3 and provide you with an option to work on improving it yourself.
First, let me explain the 3 areas to you.
Do you do anything to work on your tennis mental fitness? Chances are you aren’t…..
A few years back we connected with the team from “Mentally Tough Tennis”. We now have players that we both manage, us looking after the player's Tennis Fitness and them looking after the Tennis Mental Fitness. It is a great combination and one that is getting very rewarding results.
The Team at Mentally Tough Tennis have put together an incredible online Tennis Mental Fitness Challenge, that starts in a few days and they are giving all our community a free 7-day trial! I have personally looked over the challenge and I encourage you to check it out.
Is an area you need help in, every player does. It does not take hours of your time weekly. You need to learn some basic tools that you then can apply before and during play. What I like most about Mental Fitness training is that you get so much bang for buck and often instant results. Once you realize what you are doing wrong and implement some tools to re-correct your thoughts and actions, the results can be huge.
We have organized for you to have a free 7-day trial and then after that, if you want to continue, you will receive 15% off the rest of the challenge.
To check out the Tennis Mental Fitness Challenge and start your free trial click here -
Use coupon code – TENNISFITNESS when you sign up.
We look forward to hearing your success story and hope you continue working on all 3 areas of your game!
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