Are you interested in helping your young lacrosse players develop skills and work together more efficiently? Then use these tips, courtesy of Princeton Coach Chris Bates, to be a positive influence on your squad.
Helping young athletes develop confidence arms them with the ability to overcome mistakes quicker, experience lower levels of anxiety and perform better in pressure situations. Use these tips to cultivate confident, positive thinking athletes.
All young athletes experience pre-game nerves to some degree. So if you want to help your child conquer them, improve their athletic performance and enjoy sports more, you need to try this when Game Day rolls around: relax!
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