How Rebecca Overcame Negative Comments From Others And Became An International Masters Player

How would you respond if someone told you that “you’re not good enough” Or that “you don’t stand a chance”? Most people would give up. In fact, that’s exactly how Rebecca felt when she was told that by a coach years ago. But, something inside of her refused to accept that and years later she has proved that coach wrong.…

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The Easiest Way To Assess Your Performance & Consistency

How many times do you walk off the hockey field after a game, feeling on top of the world? Knowing you’ve made an impact in the game? Versus feeling frustrated or dwelling on mistakes from the game. Let me ask you this. Out of 10 games you play, how often do you show up at your…

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FIH Player Of The Year: Eva De Goede

In celebration of my good friend and Double Olympic Gold Medalist Eva Da Goede winning the FIH Player of the Year, I wanted to showcase of some of the video sessions we did together. Eva is one of the most rounded hockey players in the world and she truly deserves this honourable award, not just…

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Why Field Hockey Players Get Overlooked

Not getting the results for the work that you put in? Not playing the level of hockey that you know you could or should be? Want to know why most hockey players get overlooked? Hint: it’s got nothing to do with your skills or fitness – these are just symptoms of a much bigger problem.…

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HPA Success Story: How Kyme Went From Shadow To International Masters Player

After a two year quest Kyme Rowe from Australia became an International Masters hockey player, despite a number of setbacks she has faced including being named a shadow player (reserve) for two years in a row. Kyme had potential growing up as a teenager but she failed to go further as she didn’t believe in…

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How Jeroen Hertzberger Went From Playing 2nd Team To The Olympic Games

Not many people realise the struggles players go through to get to the top level, not just physically but mentally too. To be the best you have to commit 100% and do the work that others aren’t prepared to do, especially when no-one is watching. Today’s inspiration comes from Double Olympian and International Superstar, Jeroen…

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3 Essential Things To Take Your Hockey To The Next Level

When field hockey players want to improve their game or reach a higher level the first thing they tend to do is focus on their skills or fitness, but there may be other essential factors you haven’t even thought about that could be more effective for reaching your hockey goals. If you’ve ever tried to…

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How To Be More Consistent in Field Hockey

Have you ever wondered why one day you play a great game of hockey but then another game you start to doubt yourself, lose confidence or get frustrated because you’re not playing like you know you can? Sometimes you bring your A game and other times it feels like you’ve lost that ability and you start to second guess…

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Inspiring Story: How Missing Out on Selection Helped Cody Reached The Next Level in Hockey

“A setback is the start of all great achievements” People often give up when they are faced with rejection, disappointment or missing out on selection, choosing to believe that they’re simply not good enough. Instead of giving up on his dreams, missing out on selection only made Cody want it more so he decided to…

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Tips For Playing Field Hockey In The Heat

Have you ever struggled to play hockey when it’s really hot? This week’s question is: “How do I play field hockey in the heat?” In this video I’m going to share a few tips that will help you on those hot days… WANT FREE HOCKEY TIPS? Signup below to watch the free training called the…

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