I believe that in order for a player to get better, she or he has to be willing to contribute to their own improvement. I can and will supply the expertise but only in hopes of teaching students how to know what I know and how to use it themselves to improve on and ultimately eliminate their own mistakes.It's not enough that I know what the player did wrong - or right for that matter. The player has to learn how to know that. The reason this is so crucial to a player's improvement is that when the athlete is in a game needing to perform that skill successfully or make an immediate correction - I'm not there to tell that player what to do! The better that players are at knowing what changes they need to make and knowing how to make them, the more successful they'll be in competition. And, isn't that why players want instruction to begin with----to ultimately perform better in games!
In addition I'm Volodalen Motor Preference Level One Certified and a S2 Cognition mobile lab. All to super charge a players training and development.