TFP 194: [Tennis Summit 2021 Preview #2] - Dealing with Nerves and Mental Flexibility with Jorge Capestany and Adam Blicher
On this episode I’ve got another Tennis Summit 2021 for you of a couple awesome mental game sessions. In case you haven’t heard, I am hosting Tennis Summit 2021, a free online tennis conference which has become the largest one in the world (over 14k players and coaches attended in 2020)!
From April 19-24, over 40 world class coaches and experts will reveal proven strategies, techniques, mental and fitness exercises to level up your game. And the most awesome thing of all is you can get your ticket to watch all these online lessons, presentations and live masterclasses for free (for a limited time) at http://tennisfilessummit.com!
For today’s podcast episode, I put together a preview of two mental game sessions: (1) Jorge Capestany on how to manage your nerves and energy levels and (2) Adam Blicher (a fellow tennis podcaster) on the power of mental flexibility. To watch the full length version of these sessions and all 45+ summit masterclasses, sign up for Tennis Summit 2021 ASAP at http://tennisfilessummit.com!!
I hope you enjoy this episode of the podcast, and I look forward to seeing you at Tennis Summit 2021!
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