A live interview with Nick Jacques (of Tennis NZ) who explains how the ” Thinking CAP” – Competence, Autonomy & Purpose – concept helps you coach better.
Djokovic’s dominance at the top of the ratings is due not just to his extraordinary physical fitness but to his innovative approach to the mental side of tennis through Mindfulness meditation. No-one in the i2c office is trained in meditation techniques, but we’ve used our knowledge of Mindfulness meditation to get you started with a short 10 minute meditation.
We’ve all seen them, those kids who don’t know how to lose – the dreaded tantrum thrower. Parents are embarrassed, many coaches look the other way, opponents get upset. What is the answer?
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An interesting article on the 7 Parenting Behaviors That Stop Children From Being Successful (Brightside.me) inevitably made us think of how these could apply to tennis and to tennis parents.
Here’s our take on how the 7 behaviours cited in the article could help parents when their children playing, training or competing, or even when they are just being kids away from the tennis court.