Ninety percent of tennis performance is mental and that's what makes the sport so difficult. Sport psychology professionals Brian Lomax and Josh Burger share their insights on mental performance in tennis, discuss current events in the world of tennis, and interview guests with a unique perspective on mental toughness. Whether you want to learn more about the mental game in tennis or you just have an interest in the sport, this is the podcast for you. Send your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org or via Twitter using #tennisiq.
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In this episode, Brian and Josh answer a listener question about creating an episode that can be listened to prior to matches. The co-hosts discussed how tennis players can be clear about their reasons for playing the sport, and find ways to remind t... more
In this episode, Brian and Josh discuss the difficulties faced in finishing sets and matches. The co-hosts examine why these moments in matches are so mentally challenging for tennis players. Additionally, they review mental tools that tennis players... more
In this episode, Brian and Josh examine how tennis players can utilize rules for making better decisions during matches. The co-hosts discuss ways that tennis players can simplify their decision making process by developing rules regarding shot selec... more
This isn’t just a tennis podcast. It’s an exploration of all of the ways in which our psyche affects how we move through the world and the situations we find ourselves in. Looking through the lens of tennis as one of those ways gives a really powerful opportunity for self-exploration. I like that these guys walk the paradoxical line between “so meta” and “just keep it simple, stupid” and delve into tennis situations that are really about developing better self-awareness. What we can and can’t co... more
In competitive tennis the mental side is at least 60% of the game if not more but very few coaches coach it and very few players train it. The Tennis IQ podcast does an excellent job of discussing, exploring, and strategizing ways to be mentally prepared for all the different stressors you can and will run into if you compete in tennis long enough. more
A really great podcast. My tennis game has gotten better since I started listening. The two hosts, Brian and Josh are brilliant individuals.
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Tennis IQ Podcast launched 3 years ago and published 136 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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