IHSAA Tip of the Week
February 17, 2014By Tom Schermerhorn of West Noble High School
The one dreaded word student-athletes hate to hear during their season is "slump.” A slump is best described as not performing up to your capabilities or the expectations of your coach.
Every athlete and every team will experience a slump sometime during a season. How do you shake it? The best solution is to be mentally tough and try to follow the instruction of your coach.
It's not a disease, but it can become contagious if you let it affect your passion and desire to make yourself and your team better. Shake that slump by working hard and paying attention to detail!
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