That’s me, hiking just above Taos, NM. I love to be outside, working my body somehow. I’m a jock. A player. A fan. A ‘get-the-biggest-cable-package-just-for-the-HD-sports-channels’ type of dude.
Just about any time you could be reading this, (if I’m not outside), I’m probably watching a game, race, match, or contest of some kind. It sorta doesn’t matter what sport…I just love to see athletes going for it.
…And I just F!@#$ing hate to see their mind hanging them up.
Been there. Done that.
You see…I’ve thrown a few clubs in my day after hitting a bad shot. I’ve gripped the hockey stick a little tight and been totally useless shift after shift. I’ve looked across the start line, at some rival and thought ‘ooh…that guy looks more fit than me’.
I’ll bet you know those feelings too…
Not really wanting to be there…
…Feeling a little less than motivated…
…Nervous b/c you’re trying to impress your girlfriend, or embarrassed by your mom yelling in the stands…
…Or afraid you won’t get a scholarship…
…Or just wanting to quit.
I hear ya. I’ve experienced all of that, and I want to help you remove or reduce that stuff from your game.
I got people
In my quest to help you, I wasn’t about to go to school, and get a PhD or MA in Psychology. IMHO, there are too many stuffed shirt, tweedy intellectuals in the university setting. (another way to say that is that I wasn’t…um…college material).
I think I can help your mental game, (and athletes like you agree!) but I want to make it REALLY clear. I’m not a psychologist of ANY stripe. I’ve got people for that.
Rather than become a Sport Psychologist myself, I thought it more helpful to find the most experienced and talented mental conditioning pros and translate what they know from ‘PhD’ into normal athlete speak.
Our brilliant team of advisors represent the top minds in talent development, sport performance, and mastery, and have Masters degrees or PhD’s from the major universities at the forefront of academic research on Sport performance, and they draw on the experience that has seen their clients win more than 100 PGA Tour titles, 4 World Series, an Olympic Gold Medal, bike races on two continents, and multiple NCAA Championships.
Dr Robert Neff, Ph.D., CMT
Robert “Dr. Bob” earned his doctorate from the Sport Psychology program at Michigan State University. His athlete clients include national junior and collegiate champions, touring professionals, world champions, and Olympic Gold Medalists. Dr. Bob is on the USOC sport psychology registry, and is also certified through the Association for Applied Sport Psychology. Dr. Bob is a former college and professional athlete.
Dr Fran Pirozzolo, PhD.
Dr. Pirozzolo’s academic and publishing experience is unparalleled in the field of Neurospsychology and human performance. He holds degrees from The University of Chicago and The University of Rochester, and been a professor at Baylor, and the University of Houston, and that’s not the most impressive part of his background. He has been the Mental Skills Coach for the New York Yankees, Houston Astros, Detroit Tigers, Houston Texans, and has consulted with PGA Tour Players, MLB All-Stars, and two US presidents.
Dr. Dana Blackmer, PhD.
Dana has a Ph.D. in clinical psychology from Catholic University in Washington DC. He is a certified consultant with the Association for Applied Sport Psychology and listed in the US Olympic Committee’s Registry of Sport Psychologists. He is an adjunct faculty member at Virginia Commonwealth University’s Sport Leadership Center. Dr Blackmer works with amateur and professional athletes of many different sports from across the United States, Europe, and Australia.
Erika Carlson, MA
Erika designs and implements comprehensive mental training programs for clubs, teams and individuals. Erika also has the privilege of working as a Leadership Coach for the Julie Foudy Sports Leadership Academy.
Erika is a Certified Consultant by the Association for Applied Sport Psychology. Erika is also a Member of the American Psychological Association (division 47), and IDEA Health and Fitness Association.
Dr. Anderson has consulted with athletes, coaches and teams from around the country. Prior to opening Premier Sport Psychology, he was employed by several NCAA Division I Universities as a psychologist and sport psychology consultant. Dr. Anderson earned his undergraduate degree in Psychology from the University of Minnesota-Duluth, a Master’s degree in Education/Sport Psychology from Boston University, and a Doctorate degree in Counseling Psychology from the University of St. Thomas (MN).
Dr Eddie O’Connor, Ph.D.
Dr Eddie is a clinical sport psychologist at the Performance Excellence Center, a division of Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospital in Grand Rapids, MI. Dr. Eddie works with athletes, coaches and parents on developing mental toughness to achieve excellence in sport. Dr O’Connor is a Certified Consultant through the Association for Applied Sport Psychology and is listed in the US Olympic Committee Sport Psychology and Mental Training Registry.
Like I said…Braniacs, eh??
Together, we’ve created a bunch of stuff for your iPhone or Android device that will help you get the benefits of their education -AND- be interesting and fun to listen to..
ALL of our content researched, studied, endorsed, and perfected by those smarty-pants PhD’s,…and then brought into a big-time recording studio, and recorded by a guy with a nice voice (Me).
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