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The is the third part of an interview with Dr. Jerry Lynch. Lynch shares a quick tip on getting your athletes to buy into mental training. This advice applies to any area where you need buy in.
The is the second part of an interview with Dr. Jerry Lynch. Lynch discusses the importance of mental training and the competitive edge it provides.
In the coming months we will be posting video clips featuring successful coaches from a variety of sports. They will be discussing the challenges that most coaches face regardless of their sport. We hope you enjoy these clips and that they provide insight and inspiration.
Our first series of clips is from an interview with Dr. Jerry Lynch. Dr. Lynch has been a sports psychology consultant to over 24 international and national championship teams at the professional and collegiate levels.
John Tanner, Stanford University’s head water polo coach, has guided the Cardinal to a #1 ranking in the Varsity Top 25 poll. The Cardinal are 7-o this season and claimed their first Stanford Invitiational title since 2003. The Cardinal beat #2 ranked USC and #3 ranked California 10-7 in the tournament.
In 2009, Stanford claimed thrid place nationally and finished the season with an overall record of 26-4. That record included a 6-1 mark in MPSF play, good for second in the conference. The Cardinal also reached the championship game of the MPSF Tournament before falling to eventual champion USC.
Championship Productions Pitches Unique Advertising Opportunity to Reach Coaches and Athletes on eBay!
Ames (IA) Since 1976, Championship Productions has helped coaches and athletes in over twenty sports with a wide range of educational/instructional media. The interesting feature of a “Championship Productions’ production” is the caliber of the “teacher” – on their shelves and on their website, www.ChampionshipProductions.com , you’ll find DVDs with Hall of Fame coaches; ‘household names’ like Bob Knight, Dan Gable, Mike Krzyzewski as well as Hall of Fame coaches and athletes in sports like lacrosse (Gary Gait), swimming (Richard Quick), and volleyball (John Dunning, Russ Rose).
For the first time in its history, Championship Productions is allowing one sports marketer to take part in a first-of-its-kind “ride along” for the Calendar year of 2010. Championship Productions is utilizing eBay to launch this opportunity but will also utilize a variety of other social networking tools to spread the word among the sports marketing community.
Here is the link on eBay:
Said Darryl Bennett, Vice President for the Ames, IA-based instructional/educational DVD company, “In short, we are putting up for auction the opportunity for a sports marketer – be it a sports drink, a footwear manufacturer, a retailer, a manufacturer of equipment – the opportunity to add their company logo to the exterior of over 3,000,000 catalogs, to add a hot-linked logo to over 1.7 million emails going to active buyers of coaching DVDs and finally, the opportunity add a hot link onto our website pages with over 8 million page views and over 1 million unique visitors. The repeated exposure to all High School, Junior High School and University coaches in twenty sports makes this a compelling opportunity.”
The bidding will start at $.99; Championship Productions is offering a “Buy it Now” option at $175,000. The winning bidder will have automatic right of refusal for 2011.
Championship Productions is the world’s leading producer/distributor of instructional sports DVDs in over 20 sports. Founded in 1976, Championship Productions in headquartered in Ames, IA.