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vida mind – mental conditioning – mental training – sport psychology
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Continuous improvement means being personally committed to using information about your progress and performance – in your sport or other areas of your life. If your personal growth is in motion, it will remain in motion. If you don’t seek improvement, you are likely to become stagnant mentally, emotionally, and physically.

To improve yourself continuously as a tennis player and as a person, you must approach the task in a planned way. By constantly improving your physical, emotional and mental skills, you will be able to maintain a competitive edge.

Comitting to continuous improvement requires progress feedback that indicates your growth and improvement over time. You can ask your coach to provide feedback about how you are progressing in different areas (self-confidence, focus … ). You can watch video of your matches that will help you to compare your current performance to a previous performance. Then think about the things you are doing well. Make notes about the areas in which you want the opinion of your coach or parents. Consider the things you really need to improve and list specific items you will discuss with your coach.

Your continuous improvement depends on always aquiring new physical or mental skills that will help your game. Start now with Vida Mind and take your game to the next level!

If you want to know more about Vida Mind, do a free session with Dr. Damien Lafont. Contact him at info@vidamind.com.au or call 0435 819 262 and he will get in touch with you to schedule 45 min with you either in person or over Skype. In this free info session with him, you’ll go through what is keeping your performing at your best. You’ll know Dr Lafont, how he works and whether you are a good fit for each other.

 
vida mind – mental conditioning – mental training – sport psychology
Australia – Melbourne – Sydney – Adelaide – Canberra – Brisbane