Deciding if you want individual coaching is sometimes a tough decision for a player. It is definitely a time commitment and financial investment. But even more so it is a mindset you need to take on if you are going to get the full value out of it. No skills trainer can make you a great player. With individual player development, you have someone pushing and coaching to get you to another level, but it’s still you that must do the work.
This may seem obvious, but it is important to understand. Deciding to train means you have decided you want to work harder than and do things you haven’t done before. Working on your game can be a fun, fulfilling, and habit forming endeavor. And frankly, no player at any higher level of play (college/pro) got there without working on their game A LOT. Players that want to be great work on their own too.
If you seek that outcome, and need some help forming the habits of what to work on and how, or you need the expertise and feedback, then personal training can be very beneficial. But, please, understand fully the added work required, and that grinding on your own is still always very necessary.
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