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"How to "Flip the Switch” and INSTANTLY Catapult your Tennis Game to the Elite Level… And Deliver Crippling Bullet Serves, Slice the Court in Half with Impossible Speed and Consistently Outclass Your Opponents – Without Adding a Single Minute of Practice!”
Dear Future Tennis Renegade,
Competitive tennis is a grueling sport.
Competing requires deliberate and constant practice. The bar for excellence is high.
You already now this…
But have you noticed that sometimes less talented players can dominate stronger and faster opponents?
You may have even played these freaks of nature. Even though you are faster, stronger and more experienced, they seem to win – with ease.
If you look close, you can see this phenomenon in other sports. The barely 6 ft. basketball player that makes the opposite team look like amateurs. The old-time golf pro with the weird swing and single-digit handicap. Or the "over-the-hill” boxer that destroys the other guy’s will to fight in the first round…
The secret to their almost magical dominance has nothing to do with physical conditioning. At the elite level, almost everyone has paid thier dues with practice and conditioning.
The Secret to World Class Performance
(It’s not what you think!)
You can forget the usual suspects...
It’s not about coaching. Tennis is stocked with world-class coaches who are hungry to mentor the next Serena Williams.
It’s not about equipment. Sponsors will gladly put the best gear in your hand if you win.
So what is it?
What is the key to always having the edge – even when you are NOT the best player on the court?
Playing Tennis at the Elite Level Comes Down to
5 Measly Inches
Yep 5 inches – which happens to be the diameter of the your skull. That’s smart- a** way of saying that the mental game of tennis is the REAL game.
In my experience, the elite athletes at the pinnical of their psort, spend almost 20-30% of their training time focused on sharpening their mental game.
Let me remind you of (let's be honest here) the biggest CHOKE in the history of tennis:
It’s 1993 – Wimbledon, Center Court.
Jana Novotna is facing off against Steffi Graf. No problem, Jana is known for having a solid game. Maybe not an elite game, but on that day she looked amazing…
Graf was struggling and Jana was steam-rolling her her by the 3rd set. Jana had lost the first set 6-7, but then went on a tear destroying Graf 6-1 in the 2nd set, and was up 4-1, 40/30 to take the commanding 5-1 lead en route to becoming Wimbledon Champion.
Then it fell apart, as Jana stumbled into a double fault.
It got worse as she continued to lose point after painful point. I remember feeling physically ill for her. The crowd, the judges, and even the Duchess of Kent in the Royal Box were shocked.
Leaping at the chance, Graf rallied and within about 15 minutes clinched the 3rd set 6-4 and her 13th Wimbledon title.
Jana broke down during the awards ceremony and actually cried on the shoulder of the Duchess of Kent.
Even though the match was physically lost on the court. Jana lost the game in her head.
The mental game of Tennis matters… Big Time.
If you want to play and win, then you must train your mind. Chokes, stupid mistakes, surprising double faults all need to be wrestled into submission.
Here’s where I can turn you into a force to be
My name is Stephen Ladd and I’ve been working with up-and-coming Tennis stars for years. My specialty isn’t the forehand, backhand or pouring power into your serve.
I focus on turning your mental game into a court-dominating weapon.
My methods are controversial and powerful. I live to win and I make sure that my students always have an unfair mental advantage on the court.
But – I’ve Got a Secret.
Although I have coached world-class tennis pros, I prefer to work with average tennis players.
That’s my secret. I get a special thrill out of seeing my students tear apart there so-called "talented” opponents.
You see, I believe that Tennis is 90% mental and 10% physical. Back in 1993, Jana was the better player that day, but Steffi had the mental edge.
I want to show you how to have the mental edge to dominate the courts.
Although I’m the best at what I do, I’ve seen that almost every player needs a little extra nudge. Their mental hiccups are so deep-seeded that I have to employ several different tactics to find the optimal combiniation.
That’s why I’ve partnered with Bill Gladwell.
Bill is a mental-performance Sherpa. I’ve watched him coach a person from slump to peak performance in less than 30 minutes. He’s that good, and always has a packed schedule.
Together, we can give you the silent edge, the extra heat on your serve and the inner calm that sees you through to victory in a tough match.
Over the last 18 months, we’ve worked together and refined our most proven and powerful techniques and craft them into a revolutionary new coaching system …
Renegade Mindset Techniques for Tennis
Renegade Mindset Techniques for Tennis (RMT) is a completely new way to mentally train yourself to excel on the tennis court. It targets your mental roadblocks and erases them. Every single exercise and technique has been tested and optimized for one purpose… getting you dramatic improvements - Fast.
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