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In this event you will learn how to ...
Support First, Challenge Second
Even if your athletes disagree with your choices, you can still earn their respect and "buy in" which will inspire them to work harder for you.
Start With “Why”
If your athletes are struggling to stay motivated, you can create an environment that supports them in gaining clarity on their “why”, bringing more passion to their performance.
Turn Failure into Fuel for Success
If your athletes are having a hard time bouncing back, learn to teach them concrete strategies to improve their resilience so they can leverage loss into growth.
Coach with Confidence
Even when working under pressure, you can build confidence in your instincts in order to make strong decisions in a consistent way.
Learn more about Pete
With over ten years of experience in the field of sport and performance psychology, I’ve had the privilege to work with a wide variety of performers, including everyone from youth to D1 athletes, tactical populations, weight management clients, and athletes returning from injury.
Athletes I work with excel because I focus on building deep relationships. I approach training using systems and principles, and I work hard to make you a self-reliant beast of a performer. Sure, that means I work myself out of a job once you’ve got the skills and mindset you need to operate at the highest level. I wouldn’t have it any other way.
I earned my PhD in Sport and Exercise Psychology from West Virginia University, and I’m a Certified Mental Performance Consultant through the Association for Applied Sport Psychology. In addition to my coaching, I’ve also held teaching positions at Boston University and Western Colorado University.