Coaching the Person . . . Inside the Player

I imagine you’ve come to this site because you’ve hit some kind of wall.  Call it a slump, a bit of a funk, or a streak of “bad luck”

Or maybe you perform great during practice, but can’t “flip the switch” come game time, or during “crunch time”.

Or it could be that some teams or players just seem to always have your number and get the best of you.

Perhaps more hard work is the answer.  Nobody’s going to out work you.  So you put in the extra work, take more swings in the cage… or dissect your mechanics… or analyze more video on yourself… or pay for more private lessons to try and fix what’s wrong.  And with all that, you may find yourself pressing even more!

 

WHAT IF … 

the issue(s) you thought was going on, wasn’t at the root, or core of what’s REALLY going on?  And “working harder” on the field wasn’t the only answer?

I “get” that you know how to play the game!

But for some reason, there’s a barrier that stops you from being the best player you know you can be… and want to be.

 

WHAT IF …

all you needed was a different approach?

How liberating would it feel to play your game with complete confidence, free from doubt, or fear of making mistakes, or the pressure to be perfect every time you step on the field?   –   Sit with that for a moment!

It’s not always a physical issue that needs to be addressed. Many times that barrier is the unproductive thoughts rattling around in your head. It’s the person that gets in the way of the player! That’s why I work with the person… inside the player.

 

My goal for you: To help you “get out of your own way”, clear the unproductive chatter in your head and perform the way you know how, so you become the best person (and player) you can be!

 

 

 

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Coach Kloser will teach you  . . .

Ways to slow the game down so you can feel confident in your ability.

Specific techniques you can use that will benefit you on and off the field.

How to manage stress, nervousness or the fear of making mistakes.