How to deal with loss in sportby Marcin Bieniek
Is it possible to win all the time? Unfortunately not. Do you need to win all the time? Definitely not!
Athletes think that only winning matters. That's a wrong mindset. You should always try to win but the final result is not under your control. You can play badly and win as also you can have your best performance and lose against better opponent. That is why it is crucial to focus on performance and activities under your control than to put stress on your body and mind by not accepting loses in your career.
Did LeBron James win all his basketball games? Did Lionel Messi score every time he attempted? Of course they didn't. They made many mistakes and lost lot of matches. They know that is part of the process and with losses they still managed to be icons of sport. One or 2 losses don't have an impact on your future unless you don't know how to approach them. If the loss means to you that you can't succeed in the future then you have a big obstacle in front of you.
I created this course because all athletes have to deal with losses. In this course no matter the sport you participate in you can learn how to perceive and approach properly all losses so they help you (YES THEY CAN HELP YOU) improve and move to the highest possible level. This course is based on real playing and coaching experiences so you can be sure that methods and tips included here will be effective for you. If you ever had doubts or negative thoughts after the loss THIS COURSE IS FOR YOU!
Marcin Bieniek is a professional tennis coach and founder of instructional website http://tennisisland.us as well as an author of blog http://enjoytennisblog.wordpress.com. He started tennis at the age of 7 and continued his career to achieve TOP 10 rank U12 U14 U16 U18 in Poland. He was competing on international level and managed to get highest ITF rank #475. One of the current pros that Marcin was able to overcome is Jerzy Janowicz (15 ATP). As a coach, Marcin is certificated by Polish Tennis Association, Professional Tennis Registry (Professional degree) and by International Tennis Performance Association (CTPS level). By attending international symposiums, Marcin was able to learn professional coaching and teaching skills from the best coaches in the world. Having opportunity to work in various high-performance tennis academies, Marcin developed solid background by working with worldwide famous coaches and former TOP 10 players in the world. As a coach he was working with TOP 3 players in Poland, TOP national players in USA, TOP 50 juniors in the world (ITF) as also with ATP and WTA players. Marcin is a frequent contributor to TennisPro and TenisKlub magazines and many of his articles were published around the world. He was a speaker at International Coaching Tennis Symposium 2016 at Hilton Head Island, USA.