If You Want:
- To play great on crucial points to win match point and important games.
- To beat players you rarely or never win against.
- To quickly recover after hitting a bad shot or losing an important point.
- Improve faster from your lessons
- Play well more consistently.
Peak Performance Optimization can help you reach these goals.
- Do you play well enough in the last games of a match?
- Are there 1 – 2 players who you are close to winning against, but you don’t?
- Are there one or more strokes that interfere with your game?
- Are you not improving as fast as you want from lessons, books, or video?
- Does your game deteriorate at certain times in a match or after you made mistakes?
You obviously know that tennis is very much of a mind game Are there one or more reasons why you do not play better? Negative emotions and reactions often interfere with optimal performance, whether it is anger, frustration, or excessive tension. Negative and distracting thoughts affect your concentration, hurt your shot making, cause doubt, and bad decisions. Hitting a bad shot or losing a set that you had a lead on can throw you off for too long in a match. Do you wonder why the quality of your tennis can vary not only day to day, but within the match.
Peak Performance Optimization helps decrease or break bad patterns in your game. For some, it is tightening up when taking a 2nd serve at the end of a game when you should not get broken. Others find their game too often deteriorates after a bad hot or two. Some continue to hit 1 stroke poorly and your opponent just keeps taking advantage of this weakness that you find difficult to change during the match. How fast are you improving over the months or from lessons?
Many of you do not recognize that your pace of improvement is slow because you have not experienced great improvement in a short amount of time.
If you have been successful in some aspect of your life, it usually is frustrating to not obtain the type of success in tennis that you think that you are capable of. It may be that you should win more matches or at least that you play well more consistently. It probably is sometimes perplexing to you that you cannot improve at a faster pace. Worse yet is if you are essentially not improving much overall for the past 6-24 months, or even if your tennis game has gotten worse.
The mental game of tennis is crucial. There are not many sports where getting the last point is required to win the match. Do you play at your best and smartest at the end of a close match, especially when it is very important to you to win against certain people? Peak Performance Optimization can get you to play well for the many different scenarios at the end of a match and to improve the many different aspects of the sport.
You have read about Peak Performance Optimization and may doubt that it could not bring about the quick and substantial improvements described. I want you to know that I have conducted research in psychology as far back as 1974 and it was for Martin Seligman, a Past President of the American Psychological Association. I restarted conducting research when I discovered psychology methods to bring about Peak Performance Optimization dating back to 1997.
I make it very convenient to do these sessions. They can be done on the Internet so that we can see each other or be sessions can be done on the phone. All services are confidential.
I highly recommend that you download the concise, free report that describes this great method. If you do not read it, you will not know what you are missing. Peak Performance Optimization is a different way of improving your game and only takes a few sessions.