Our coaches help players of all abilities develop the adapting mindset used by the best teams in the world.
The best sports teams in the world, like the New Zealand rugby team, know that sustained success is based on the player's ability to adapt... their ability to find a way to win. Sustained success is based on player's mental agility.
As we drop down from the best teams in the world... we often bump into overly serious administrators and overly serious coaches who tend to want to drag, push, discipline, even bully the most physically gifted players down performance pathways. The less gifted players are pushed out of their sport. And the players that stay often focus on moving along the pathways. Players may become overly obedient and overly submissive to their coach. Players tend to narrow their focus to avoid making mistakes and may become mentally fragile with limited ability to adapt. And as soon as a team lack physical superiority they tend to crumble and maybe give up. And when players retire or are dropped from the team they may also lack the mental agility to adapt to life without someone pushing them down a performance pathway.
All our coaches know how to coach without using performance pathways. Our coaches are members of LifeSkills21.org and operate under the LifeSkills21.org job description.
Any questions, contact Jon.Thorne@CommunitySport.club