When someone asks you what do you do, how do you respond? I’ve come to learn that answering this question is tricky for many. As for myself, when I talk about coaching strength-conditioning, movement, and/or fitness, these terms, for many, are self explanatory. In contrast, when mentioning sport/performance psychology, this often requires more explanation. 

Speaking of which, many of you may not know that I studied psychology as an undergrad, and then I began graduate school in 2015 to complete my master’s in sport psychology and a master’s in business administration (MBA). As a matter of fact, the reason I moved to Santa Monica at the end of the summer of 2017 was to do my fourth and final internship in sport psychology for my master’s degree at Oak Park. About a year ago, I took my oral exam and completed the sport psych degree, and I am at the tail end of finishing up my MBA. 

All this to say that if you are interested in mental skills (mindset) oriented coaching, let me know and we can very much go down that rabbit hole. As you are all well aware, there is no question that mental attributes will be developed through a physical practice, especially physical tasks that test one’s will to endure in spite of the onset of fatigue. But do not confuse this with mental training. This is mental training adjacent but not mental training in which the mental training is the core focus.

What would mental skills coaching with me look like? I’m glad you asked…


Tuesday
Competition
“Hot off the DEVIL’s PRESS”
A) AMRAP 6:
6 Push Press (115/85)
6 Burpees (lateral over the bar)
6 HSPUs
REST 6 Minutes
B) Devil’s Secret

Wednesday
Practice
6 RFQ:
:40:20 
1: 10 OHS 
2: 8-24 Cal Row
3: 3-10 Strict Pull Ups 
4: 8-24 Cal Ski
5: REST

 

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