“In a lot of team sport situation mental toughness becomes a scape goat for underperforming athletes weather they lack tactical skill or physical conditioning it’s always convenient to blame mental toughness”
Mental toughness is, and always will be, a point that divides our industry. Today, Jake Jensen shares his thoughts on it. Jake refers to research in to how he defines it, and looks to improve it with his athlete. This is through evaluating the athlete like we would in training and improving what area’s they are weak in. Looking at it in this manner helps coaches look at it as a more “physical quality” in how you train, teach, and develop it including an example of how, step by step, it can be done.
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