How To Overcome Fear In Sports


Transcript Every athlete, performer or competitor knows that there is always room for improvement. You can never completely master any sport or competition. Yes, you have those moments when you are, what I call, In the flow or zone where you ARE performing your best…and you know it. And you want more of that…I’m with Read More.

Stress: It’s all how you look at things


Years ago, when I was in the corporate world, managing 50 employees, I thought I had it rough.  At the time, I felt like my entire world could crumble any day starting with losing my job and I put myself under that stress 7 days a week. When I decided to go home at night Read More.

Daniel Jahn Maximum Sports Conditioning


Daniel Jahn – Former D1 Baseball Player and Now CEO & Director of Instruction for Strength and Conditioning Programs I tend to think about athletes who never quit or give up. I think about athletes who love working hard and welcome any challenge presented to them. Mentally tough athletes can deal with adversity and struggle Read More.

3 Tips For Creating Sports Confidence

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How to Build Confidence as a Young Athlete, by James Leath   First of all, let’s decide something right now. You are not competing with anyone else, ever again. Starting now, your primary strategy is to make everyone else around you play at your level. You won’t make excuses; you’ll cause others to make them. You Read More.

Craig Sigl story: The gift of pressure

Craig Sigl Office

Have you had a major setback you need to come back from? Maybe facing a huge obstacle right now? I’m going to tell you a true story about overcoming adversity that turned into the greatest thing that ever happened to me. I began my toughness trainer career as a manager at a Fortune 500 company.  Read More.

How To Handle Not Winning


Before watching the video below, you should know that I don’t believe in using the word “Losing” except to reference, FOR OTHERS, events when you don’t win (so they know what you’re talking about).  The  truth about a game, match or meet is that there is no real reason for athletes to use the word.   Read More.

4 Things Coaches Look For In Volleyball Tryouts


What do volleyball coaches look for in team tryouts?  From my experience of coaching at the high school, club and collegiate level, there are three important categories at all levels: athleticism, skill and will. 1. Athleticism This has elements that can be trained and others that cannot.  For example, height cannot be affected by training Read More.

Gymnasts and Cheerleaders: Getting Over Fear


Fear is a tricky subject all trackers, free runners, gymnasts, or any athlete has to face. Let me introduce myself. My name is Raven McCarthy from The Colony, TX. I do Freerunning, coaching, music, and run a parkour team in Dallas. I was a gymnast for nine years and a freerunner for five. Within those Read More.

Mental Cross Training For Performance Breakthroughs


As an athlete looking for tips and advice on how to get to the next level in your sport, you might be missing out on a very powerful resource that could give you an edge over your competition. You see, the typical athlete that I work with has a coach who has experience in that Read More.

Sports Parents: Inspire your kids to train and practice

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Download FREE Ebook For Sports Parents If you want to boost your child’s sports confidence, you have to help them find their own inner strength!  In this book you will learn how to: 1. Avoid the #1 reason kids get performance anxiety and feel pressure 2. How to get your kid to open up and Read More.