What a comeback for Tiger! It’s been 11 years since he’s last won a major and there’s no doubt mindset played a major role. For the past ten or so years, Woods has had many well documented struggles off the golf course. The most recent being a back surgery that left him not only unable…
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Personal Mindset Coach
100+ Mindset Exercises
1-1 Mentorship for Weight Loss & Life
Optional Faith Based Program
Weight Loss Specific Training
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Strength Training for your Mind.
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Mental training is key for athletes of all ages. The programs are tailored to meet the needs of each individual.
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Bonnie Blair said, “Be the best you can be and love what you do”. Baseball Mindset Training is a key step in bringing these words to fruition.
One of my favorite parts of the Gymnast Mindset program is when we redefine success and failure.
After just one private workshop with Golf Mindset, my students are more focused, less vulnerable in allowing fear to hinder their performances, and have lowered their scores in each of our last 2 tournament events. With their assistance, my students have a specific reset button that they are using in competition and are writing things down that pertain to their performance for the first time.
Mindset training has helped me by giving me clarity on the mat. I learned to treat all opponents the same and it led me to win in Vegas!
The mindset program allowed me to trust in my training and kept me relaxed during my matches. By going after points and positioning, while ignoring outside influences, I was able to dominate opponents. Really grateful for the strategies and tactics the mindset program gave me.
The mindset program has been pivotal in my grappling, pro MMA success, and my prep for the Worlds and my last fight. Strength and skill only goes so far, in the moment it comes down to mental fortitude.
Martial Arts Mindset allowed me to find clarity in the chaos inside the cage, letting me utilize all of my attacks and focus on imposing my game onto my opponent.
My mindset was one of the few things I could control on the field. I couldn’t control how the ball bounced or what the other team had planned, but I could manage the way I approached the game and thought about my own play.
The mind is one of the hardest muscles to work out and keep sharp. It’s my personal challenge each game. My positive mindset and confidence is truly what makes me successful.
When it comes down to two people/athletes with equal work ethic, the person with the stronger mind who is willing to focus only on what they can control and not get too high or too low is the one that will come out on the winning side. My mindset is focused on controlling what I can control and it has helped me tremendously in all aspects of my life.
My mindset was focusing on being better than yesterday, always ready to learn. Being humbly confident allowed me to be a successful Division I competitor.
Focusing on mental strategies was extremely important to me. I began mentally practicing my races. On the day of nationals, I PR’d in both the 100m and the 200m.
Once I learned that running is primarily mental, I worked on improving my focus and settling into my pace, which ultimately improved my performance.
I learned from Gymnast Mindset to focus on not only what’s wrong, but what’s right.
I loved the Gymnast Mindset presentation and how the lessons aren’t just for gymnastics but for the athlete’s whole life.
I like how Gymnast Mindset teaches you to focus on things within your control and to not let anything outside of your control take you out of your focus.
Positive visualization is crucial in all sports but especially baseball. Believe in a successful end result and block out the negative thoughts and feelings. Confidence will build on itself.
Partnering up with Golf Mindset has given our team another dimension of being competitive in preparation of tournaments. The work shops have put our mental strategies on and off the golf course at a pivotal time in our program history. With golf being a mental sport, Golf Mindset has been one of core elements that has helped elevate us to success in the CMU Golf program.
I can’t express how appreciative I am of Academic Mindset! This week I’ve incorporated these mindset principals into every class I have. It’s only been 3 days and I’m already more impressed with how kids approach the idea of speaking in class. The future is bright!
I was nervous making the transition from high school to college. Academic Mindset helped me stay in the moment and focus on my goals. Now I’m finding better balance with my priorities and I’m more confident on tests.
As one of the smaller wide receivers, my confidence was critical to help me win my 1-1 battles. It was my mindset that helped me start and succeeded.
Winning Mindset taught me new ways to transform my nerves into an edge for competition. It taught me to always be myself and always be on the hunt.
I stopped worrying about factors in the game outside of my control and learned to focus on throwing my best pitches.
Tension and negative thoughts make you lose yardage. You must learn to use your mind to visualize,relax, and keep it fun.
As the quarterback,so much fell on my shoulders. My mindset was to enjoy the challenge and love the competition.We succeeded on the field of battle and became state champs.
I used to focus on others opinion of me. Once I changed my mindset to focusing on things within my control, I became a consistent, dynamic player and a college captain.
Mental preparation in baseball is more than half of the battle. If you mentally prepare yourself to handle different scenarios, whether pitching, hitting in the field, it will give you the confidence to execute when the situation arises in the game.
I really gained confidence in myself as an athlete but also as a person in life. The last two years of college I was probably the best student-athlete of my entire gymnastics career.
I frequently reached semis and finals losing close matches. It was only when I emphasized my mindset and pre-match routines that I began to get in the zone and pull through in championship matches.
I would visualize my platform , my footwork, moving quickly to the ball,focusing on passing every ball, and maintaining a confident and positive attitude throughout.After a couple of days visualizing my confidence in our abilities increased.
Winning Mindset helped me bounce back from a near death experience on the wrestling mat and live the lifestyle of a champion on and off the mat. I no longer worry about who I wrestle, I just focus on scoring as many points as I can. I can be relaxed when I wrestle having faith in my abilities, training and with God.
I would picture myself beating someone 1 v 1 or executing a perfect penalty corner. This type of focus and visualization would help me to get in the right mindset before I ever stepped foot on the field.
I suffered a severe ankle injury that forced me to miss the remainder of the season. With the proper mindset I was able to return to the court a stronger athlete and better player.
I realized that all the worrying ,being extra hard on myself and never having fun wasn’t going to help me reach my goal.Thanks to my new mentality it was the best season of my life and I reached my individual goal as well as a lot of team goals.
Before the 2015 World Championship, I had been on two previous world teams.I have always trained hard and eaten the right foods. That was constant, but really did not break through until that year. The only difference was mindset training. My confidence was unshakable.
Your mindset as an athlete dictates your career.It’s what allow’s you to reach the ground ball first in the last minute of the NCAA quarter finals and cinch the win, even though physically your legs and lungs are begging you to give up. Success starts with a good mindset.
Having a good mindset allowed me to focus on being positive and mindful of the things I can control as a person and a player.
Being mentally tough was the key to success. I filtered out all internal and external distractions, and focused on our goal until we achieved it.
Winning Mindset was one of the best investments I have made for Cole. Training your body is important, however, having the belief that you can beat the guy across from you no matter who is of equal value. Thank you for breaking it down and helping him achieve his goal to repeat as PA State Champ!
This year’s team has consistently over-achieved and it is certainly do to the mindset you’ve helped them to adopt.
We won our 13th consecutive state title this season. There is no doubt that the mental toughness that my team had developed was the deciding factor. The information in this program was very easy to follow and the worksheets are exactly what they need.
When the pressure is on in the state,national, and even world championships we trust in the strategies
of Winning Mindset.
It helps me to get to know my athletes better and understand how to communicate with them before and after matches
and in training. Winning Mindset helps me communicate the right message at the right time with my athletes.
I know for a fact the impact that Winning Mindset has had on our overall program.
I’m a big believer in mindset training. Lacrosse Mindset is outstanding!
Baseball Mindset came in and gave us some great strategies.
All of our guys were talking about Baseball Mindset in the dugout. I was thrilled the young guys were locked in.
Baseball Mindset gives my kids a blueprint how to perform better on the field.
Baseball Mindset gives us a tool how to impart strategies to kids.
Baseball Mindset really gave our players an approach and a thought process that promotes success. We have played in a number of tight games throughout the year and with the help of the mindset training, our guys were extremely comfortable in those spots.
6 WCWA All Americans
1 National Champion
Our team was able to break down walls that kept us from performing our best. As we went through the program our women started to gain more confidence & just have fun. Not putting pressure on themselves to win every point.
It was great to have another voice speaking about these topics. This forced us to set aside time to work and improve on the mental aspect of sports.
Both our team and individual athletes have taken advantage of Mindset training. I sincerely believe that it has been the difference maker in our program.
Going in as underdogs, Winning Mindset made the difference in winning an NCAA Championship!
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