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Don't be a Choker- Tennis Australia Article

on Wednesday, 29 October 2014.

Our research and work with elite athletes, has shown how and why we 'choke' when it counts the most. Read this article in Tennis Australia Magazine to understand what you need to do to stop choking when it counts.

5 Tips on Developing Mental Toughness - Tennis Australia Article

on Wednesday, 29 October 2014.

Mental toughness is often spoken about as a way to perform well. This article discusses in the context of tennis - what you can do to develop your reslience when it counts to improve your performance long term.

Worrying Versus Caring

Written by Daniel Dymond on Wednesday, 29 October 2014.

Momentum in Sport: How it Occurs and Overcoming it

Written by Daniel Dymond on Wednesday, 29 October 2014. Posted in October

Increase your knowledge of what is momentum in sport and understand how to overcome it.

4 Approaches For Parents to Improve Performance Consistency of Your Child Playing Tennis in 2014 and Beyond.

Written by Daniel Dymond on Wednesday, 29 October 2014. Posted in October

Psychologically Upskill Your Expertise As A Parent for Tennis This Summer!

Compassion for yourself! –and how it helps performance.

Written by Dane Barclay on Wednesday, 29 October 2014.

Self-Compassion – its often a dirty word – not from us to others, but to ourselves. I'm going to talk about what it is, why it's worth doing for well being AND performance, and why it's actually a very important skill for you to learn...long term and what the real benefits are.

Choose your Words Carefully

Written by Daniel Dymond on Wednesday, 29 October 2014.

Language is beautiful, helpful, confusing and problematic. It is also none of these. Each adjective I just used is a judgement. It is our judgements that we place on objects, people, and situations that can create rigidity and chaos in our lives and performance

Time to Reflect on Confidence

Written by Daniel Dymond on Wednesday, 29 October 2014.

What happens when we chase feelings of confidence?

We need to take a moment to pause and reflect on confidence. It's a term that is used everyday but I am unsure if humans are actually any good at promoting and maintaining confidence. So perhaps we need to look at confidence differently.

Understanding Athletes’ Capacity for Emotions - Expanding the Window of Tolerance

on Tuesday, 12 May 2015. Posted in May

Why helping Athletes Increase their Emotional Tolerance is Important for performnace

Just like a tennis coach working with a player on a particular aspect of a forehand, or a goal kicking coach working on the ball drop, coaches need to be specific and targeted about what the struggle is psychologically.