I have been playing competitive tennis for three years now, and I seem to have hit a plateau. Although I feel like I am doing everything I can to get better, my win percentage seems to stay the same. How do I get better, faster?
For all athletes, there are times of rapid growth, and times of plateau. This is natural to any area of learning, and is not necessarily bad. But being stuck on a plateau is more likely to be about your routine, and less about your skills or drive.
When trying to move yourself off of a plateau, we recommend three different types of changes: change your training, change your insight, and change your competition.
As athletes, we all understand the frustration of hitting a plateau. But what separates the average from the great is how rapidly they seek out the next challenge or opportunity for growth. I’d encourage you to find a new challenge today!
– Coach Grant