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A goalie's guide to overcoming fear of the shot.
The first thing to think about is where do you want to catch the ball in your glove? You want to catch it in the pocket. More specifically, we can train that by using a barehand receiving drill for catchers.
Being able to throw and catch with both hands and swap hands quickly will make you a better player.
When landing, it is imperative not to fall backwards into the landing pit. Bring your heels up and your head down towards your knees.
Tennis can be a frustrating sport, so if you are a newcomer, don’t expect too much from your performance too soon.
In shallow water, crouch down until the water surface rests between your nose and your mouth. Now practice inhaling above water through your nose and exhaling under water through your mouth.
Don’t think about the miles that lie behind you or before you, but let your attention rest on each breath. Thank yourself for doing something good for your body. And know that, eventually, you’ll reach your finish line whatever that may be.
During this phase the focus of your swimming-specific yoga program is to build mobility and strength that can be utilized to support the development of power and technical efficiency in the water.
To do well in races, track athletes must practice mental discipline by thinking positively and not giving up or slowing down when challenges arise.
Whether it’s speed, strength, stamina or other attributes you possess, there will be a position to which your skills are best suited.
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