Martin Adebisi is a former Touring Professional Tennis player. He has taught tennis at some of the top tennis clubs in London, England. Most recently, at his last club, he began working with a well known Psychologist, Nicholas Bateman, where they developed a system of helping students overcome nerves, anxiety, motivational issues and concentration which helps them improve their overall performance during matches and in life. The Peak 2 Perform Course is based on that system and also the groundbreaking work that has been carried out by the pioneers of Mental Toughness Training (such as Dr Jim Loehr & Dr Jack Groppel & Dr Patrick Cohn) over the last 30 years.
Martin has spent many years developing this course through personal experience, extensive research, numerous courses and education. This course is designed to either be consumed by physically attending one of the courses over a 10 week period, one of our intensive weekend courses or by enrolling into our Online 10 Week Mental Toughness Training Course.
Each of these different methods delivers a perfectly crafted and tailored course that builds on the basic foundations of Sports Psychology and mental toughness in sport. Each course is specifically developed to improve any athletes performance during competition as well as their outlook outside the performance arena.

The Perform 2 Peak Mental Toughness Course is divided up into 10 modules each lasting 1 week.

Each module is designed to take all students over an essential part of the course and also provide the student detailed instruction, occasionally on court practice, module notes, home based training etc.

Module 1:

(In Class Lecture): Course description, objectives and structure. Followed by discussion and analysis of Thoughts, Emotions and how they affect Mood and ultimately Peak Performance, Introduction to rituals. (On court) On our first day, we will begin learning positive rituals and spend some crucial time practicing them on court.

Module 2:

(In Class Lecture): Energy – What is Energy? Discovering the different types of energy, the four energy quadrants and Positive Energy. Strategies of how we move from one to another at will. What is and how we can achieve the best energy state for Peak Performance.

An example of Low Positive Energy in between points

An example of Low Positive Energy in between points

Module 3:

 Lecture: Rituals for Success – What is a ritual? Why do athletes use rituals whilst performance? How do you create new and positive ones?

Rafael Nadal on Court Rituals
Rafael Nadal on Court Rituals
And how do you identify and get rid of old negative rituals? How can we employ rituals to improve mental toughness, peak performance, in our training schedules and our daily lives?

Module 4:

Lecture: Stress – What is stress? Why is stress necessary. How to control your internal response to stressful external events. The physiological and biochemical responses to stress and how they affect our biology and how we can learn to deal with it.

Module 5:

Lecture: Motivation – Motivation is Energy! Energy is Life! Why Passion, Drive, Risk Taking and Commitment are all essential parts of a complete Motivated individual. How do you get motivated

Module 6 :

Lecture: Visualization – What is visualization and imagination? Why and how do they change your physiology and emotion? And what does that mean to us as performers? Why is visualization an essential part of every successful athlete and person?

Module 7:

Lecture: Attitude – Attitude is the stuff that champions are made of! Why fundamentally, attitude control is essential to ever becoming mentally tough and performing well under pressure consistently. In tennis and in life.

Module 8:

Lecture: Exercise – Why better Physical Fitness translates directly into better Mental Toughness! And why and how we can improve our performance on court by working off court.
Lecture: Breathing – How can you control the chocking mechanism both in the performance arena and outside it? Why deep controlled breathing is essential to emotional control.

Module 9:

Lecture: Diet – Why dieting is the wrong approach to long term athletic performance and mental toughness. What is the optimum diet for peak performance?
Lecture: Humour and Creativity – Why is a sense of humor and being in the state of fun is one of the greatest tools for recovery and mental toughness?

Module 10:

Lecture: Putting It All together & Your 28 Day Training Program. An outline and guide for how to start your new Mentally Tough Life.

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