We believe that at least 50% of sport performance is mental.
If you agree, then the real question is:
Do you spend at least 50% of your training on the mental side of your sport?
That's where we come in.
Where is the peak of your athletic potential? We're all capable of doing more, being more, and achieving more, but whether you pursue your potential or not comes down to curiosity. Allow yourself to explore how you think, feel, and act in your sport to discover effective and ineffective patterns. You can't change yourself until you know yourself.
How hard are you willing to work? The bottom line is: nothing works unless you do. Physical and mental training both require dedication, practice, and time. Through trial and error, trusting the process, and accepting support, any athlete can build mental toughness.
What does intrepid look like? Change is tough, and maintaining change is tougher. Being intrepid is all about enduring through challenge, adversity, and pain - and using mental skills deliberately and consistently to do so. Having the ability to do this within sport is an accomplishment; making the commitment to embody this within all areas of your life is extraordinary.
Mental skills training for athletes, coaches, and teams.
Personalized running coaching for all levels of runners.