The following is a collection of training programs specifically for developing a stronger mental mindset for the bowler.
Elbows' squad member, Malaysian Safuan Said, won two medals at the 2008 World Championsips in Christchurch, New Zealand capturing Gold in men's singles and bronze in pairs. He also won singles gold at the World Cup in Australia in 2008.
An Elbows' session about keeping a lid on it and when to go for it.
An Elbows' session on extending players to a heightened level of sensory awareness for competition.
An Elbows' session on using head situations for training to confidently execute deliveries.
Coach Tighe's take on those who use deliberate practice for exceptional achievement.
A Talking Tactically column exploring the needs and effectiveness of leadership, authority and communication.
Six-end line consistency drill
Coach Tighe delves into why all bowlers lose
confidence and how to recover.
May 2012 - 'One Percenters'
Coach Tighe details the damage done when taking your eye off the prize.
An Elbows' session focusing on the pre-delivery routine.
An Elbows' session on coping with a lapse in form during an event.
An Elbows' session on ,"What you see is what you get."
A Henselite Consulting column on consistency, focus and grassline.
Where your mind goes, everything follows
Canadian Squad session on how to manage your time and mind like the world's best sportsmen.
An Elbows' session on training to think tactically.
Positivism beats pressure
The summit pyramid
A training session on self-belief and mental toughness with drills.
Coach Tighe delves into the aquisition of mental toughness.