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The Importance of Player Contracts for Parents and Juniors

Mitchell GreeneSport Psychology

The biggest change in my sport psychology practice from ten years ago to now is the number of requests I receive to work with squash players twelve and younger. They are, for the most part, highly ranked, very well adjusted, and excited to practice and compete. Yet, with the rising expectations facing younger and younger players (and with what some call the professionalization of junior sports in America), it’s clear that kids of all ages and abilities can benefit from working on these top five mental skills:

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