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The Iowa Scholastic Clay Target Program, Inc. is hosting a unique opportunity for athletes, parents and coaches to learn more about the “mental game” of shooting - skills which can also be applied to other sports and life in general.

Lanny and Troy Bassham of Mental Management Systems will be in Ames, IA on February 15 and 16 to present the following:

February 15 – Mental Management for Athletes and Parents 9:00AM to 5:00PM

· Why Our Beliefs about Pressure are Myths
· Why Giving it 110% Doesn’t Work
· Principles of Mental Management
· Strategies to Control Pressure
· 3 Mental Processes that Control Performance
· # 1 Reason Why Skilled Performers Fail in Competition
· Why 95% of Winning is Accomplished by only 5% of the Participants
· 3 Attitudes the Top 5% Possess that Keep Them on Top
· How the Reinforcement Phase Affects the Self-Image
· How Self-Image Changes
· How to Eliminate a Habit or Attitude Keeping You from Reaching your Goals
· How to Use the Most Powerful Tool for Changing Self-Image
· How to Build Self-Image in Young Performers
· The Mistakes Loving Parents Make when Dealing with Children
· Difference Between Attainment and Accomplishment
· Why Talent is Overrated
· How a Parent Can Make a Coach More Effective

Early Bird Registration (on or before January 10) $75 per person. After January 10, $125/person. Registration includes lunch and refreshments.

February 16 – Mental Management for Coaches 9:00AM to 5:00PM

· How to be a more effective coach by adapting to different coaching styles.
· How to structure training to help build Self-Image in your students.
· How to get more done in less time, advance students faster and prepare them better.
· How to help your students understand how to set goals and change habits.
· How to maximize the effectiveness of the coach and minimize the pitfalls that cause your players trouble.
· The secrets the building a program people can't wait to join.
· Determine ways to diagnose if a student is having an issue focusing, a Self-Image issue or a technical issue.
· Learn why some players who are playing well have a down turn.
· Learn what to do when performance drops.
· Develop an understanding of how the mental game syncs with technique and form.
· How to adapt your coaching according to player's learning styles to increase retention and understanding.
· How to seek out opportunities to inspire and motivate, not simply to instruct.
· How to make counseling with students more powerful, memorable and effective.

Early Bird Registration (on or before January 10) $100 per person. After January 10, $150/person. Registration includes lunch and refreshments.

BOTH DAYS - Early Bird Registration (on or before January 10) $150 per person. After January 10, $250/person. Registration includes lunch and refreshments. Youth program participants are the target audience however anyone is welcome to attend.

Seats in these seminars are limited. For complete information and to register go to: http://www.iowasctp.org/shotgun-coach-education/other-continuing-education

Thanks - Ben Berka
 
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