Have you ever wondered what it takes to win not just once, but three times in a row at the state level in high school volleyball? I’ve had the unique privilege of coaching the Columbia River High School volleyball team to three consecutive state championships. Today, let’s dive into the stories of Macy, Lauren, and Logan, our senior captains, and explore the significant role mental training played in our victories.
Unlock the potential of your athlete by tackling the complexities of a challenging coach-athlete relationship head-on. Our expert insights at Elite Competitor will empower both you and your athlete to navigate these hurdles, fostering growth, and success in the face of adversity.
Calling all sports moms! Dive into the invaluable advice from sports psychologist Hillary Cauthen as she helps you address and gracefully navigate the sometimes challenging and toxic terrain of sports culture. Empower yourself to guide your child’s athletic journey with confidence and wisdom, ensuring a positive and fulfilling experience for both you and your young athlete.
Athlete Tip: How to Be a Leader on Your Team Are you ready to step up and become a true leader on your team? If you’re an athlete looking to make a positive impact both on and off the field, then this article is for you! Being a leader on your team is not just […]
Have you ever had to deal with negative teammates? The ones who bring unnecessary drama or negativity to the team dynamic? It can be challenging to navigate such situations without getting caught up in the drama. But, don’t worry! In this blog post, we’ll explore some valuable tips on how to handle negative teammates effectively. […]
Ever wonder how to handle those mean girls so your daughter can play with confidence without all the drama? One mom from our Elite Competitor Program private Sports Moms community recently shared that her and her daughter have been finding so much success in dealing with tough situations, such as this. She says: “I […]
“How do you help your daughter when she feels she has disappointed her coach or her coach doesn’t like her because they gave constructive feedback about her game?” — This is a question from a mom who is participating in our training for improving your female athlete’s mental game without being pushy or saying […]
Today we’re going to answer a question we get a lot… how to be both the mom and the coach to your athlete daughter. I totally understand the difficulty because I am also a mom and a coach, and I agree it is really hard to be both. Let’s dive into this episode to […]