Today, I wanted to share with you 6 tips to help you improve your performance this week. Your “performance” can be on the playing field, in the classroom and in your life.
I would like to say focus on all 6 tips this week, but let’s focus on 2 that really resonate with you
6 Tips to Improve Your Performance
1. Don’t be afraid to mute or unfollow someone that doesn’t make you feel good Good people are good for our mental health
2. You need to be a starter and a finisher. Anyone can start something, but can you grind, day in and day out and finish
3. Don’t underestimate the power of a walk and music. After a day of staring at a screen, get outside and breathe in some fresh air
4. If you don’t take care of your own thoughts, actions, talk and work, you cannot help others
5. Your energy introduces you before you speak
6. We all have energy. It’s your decision whether you want to have positive or negative energy! Choose wisely
Just hit reply and let me know the 2 you are going to focus on this week.
I’ll start, my 2 will be # 1 and #3
PS: Whenever you are ready, here are 3 ways I can help you get better:
1. A Virtual Assessment and Program Design
We can go a virtual checklist and assessment of 11 exercises and movements that will give me a starting point for you and pick up on any per-cursors to injuries
Afterwards, I will design you a 4 week program based off your assessment, what your goals are and the equipment you have access to
Just reply back with “assessment” and I will send you the details
2. The Female Athlete Summit (October 27th-30th)
The virtual conference for female athletes, coaches, strength coaches and parents!
The Female Athlete Summit is a virtual event to give a platform for female athletes. With everything still going on in the world, I figured what better time to share tips, advice, workouts, strategies and support for our female athletes, coaches and parents
You can grab your free virtual ticket and find out about all 15 speakers HERE!
3. The Complete Women’s Basketball Strength and Conditioning Program
The Complete Women’s Basketball Strength and Conditioning Program addresses a specific need in girl basketball players. There is nothing out there on the market designed by a former standout division 1 girls basketball player that specifically addresses the strength and conditioning needs of girl basketball players in regards to pre-season, in-season and post-season. If you want to get stronger, faster, quicker and stay injury free and prevent ACL injuries, it’s all here for you.