Martial Arts

Martial Arts Specific Mental Training
A Systematic Program to Win in Martial Arts, School, & Life!

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One on One Training

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Team Training

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MINDSET RED FLAGS

Mindset Red Flags

DOESN'T PULL THE TRIGGER/NO KILLER INSTINCT

Mindset Red Flags

GIVES GOOD OPPONENTS TOO MUCH RESPECT

Mindset Red Flags

COMPETES TOO CAUTIOUS & HESITANT

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AFRAID TO LOSE OR MAKE MISTAKES

Mindset Red Flags

PRACTICE ROOM COMPETITOR

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CHOKES IN BIG COMPETITIONS

Teams We've Worked With

The Process

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Find the athlete’s mental strengths and weaknesses
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Step 2: COMPLETE MINDSET PROGRAM

With your Personal Mindset Coach
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Step 3: WIN IN MARTIAL ARTS AND LIFE

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ORDER OUR NEW EBOOK

Part 1 : Dedicated to explaining the Predator Mindset versus Prey Mindset and why that is the difference between success and failure in sports, school, and life.

Part 2 : The best mindset exercises that have been used by thousands of athletes across the country.

WHAT YOU GET

  • Personal Mindset Coach

  • 100+ Mindset Exercises

  • 1-1 Mentorship for Sports & Life

  • Optional Faith Based Program

ONE ON ONE TRAINING

Martial Arts Specific Training
The #1 sport specific mental training program.

SYSTEMATIC Programming
NOT therapy or counseling.
Strength Training for your Mind.

 

Applicable for ALL AGES
Mental training is key for athletes of all ages. The programs are tailored to meet the needs of each individual.

TEAM TRAINING

  • Team Workshops (~ 45 minutes)
  • 1-1 Session for each athlete
  • Mindset Worksheets/Exercises
  • Topics include:
    Self-Knowledge, Goal Setting, Mental Toughness, Motivation, Confidence, Relaxing under Pressure, Aggressiveness, Clarity/Focus, Present Moment

Programs for All Teams

Trusted by the Top Men’s & Women’s Teams in the US!

TESTIMONIALS

WINNING MINDSET MARTIAL ARTS BLOG

“The 10 Rules of the Season”

1) Never be outworked. The only person you should be competing against is yourself. The most important question you can ask yourself is “Did I go all out or hold back”. 2) Avoid focusing on statistics. With the influx of technology and today’s social media platforms it is way to easy to get caught up…

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