Just like you can train your body to become bigger, stronger, and faster, you can train your mind to become more focused, resilient, and confident.
The physical side of performance typically gets the most attention, but mental performance is what keeps people going when they don’t feel motivated or the game is on the line.
Just like there’s physical training to build muscle, lose fat, or get stronger, there’s mental training to become more focused, resilient, confident, and motivated.
Some of the mental skills your athletes and clients need to be successful include:
- Positivity—especially when things get hard. Knowing how to stay positive and push through when things get hard or they feel like giving up.
- Focus and discipline. Being able to identify and consistently do the things that will have the greatest impact on reaching their big goals (or the teams’ goals).
- Motivation. Developing a clear vision and focus, both in the short term and long-term so they can stay motivated.
- Confidence. Learning how to create unshakeable belief in themselves and their ability so they can perform consistently under pressure and navigate adversity.
- Self-awareness. Being able to recognize challenges before they happen, and develop the self-regulation to get back on track when things pull them off track.
- Automation. Harnessing the power of routines, so they can rely less on willpower.
- The ability to build—and break—habits. Building new, positive habits and breaking old, limiting ones is a skill set anyone can learn—if they understand the psychology behind it and implement the right strategies.
Mental skills like these—and many others—are what ultimately drive our behaviors, habits, and routines.
These are the things we all know are really important - things we should be teaching our clients and athletes—but most coaches simply don’t know how.
That’s why many of their clients struggle to get or maintain long-term results and even the most talented athletes and teams crack under pressure, failing to reach their peak potential.
That’s the bad news.
The good news? I’ve spent the past 15 years learning, practicing, and teaching a step-by-step mental performance system to coaches, trainers, and athletes in all sports, at all levels.
Through this, I have taken what makes the world’s top performers successful and distilled it down into a group of fundamental, trainable mental skills that make up what I call The 10 Pillars of Peak Mental Performance—and I can teach you how to use this system with those you coach, too.
The difference between a good coach—and a great one—is the ability to develop physical and mental performance.
Any "good" coach can teach their athletes the mechanics of a pitch or how to properly execute a play.
Just like any good trainer can teach their clients how to properly perform a squat or track their protein intake.
But a "great" coach also knows how to help their athletes or clients master the game inside their head so that they can perform their best when things don't go as planned, or build new habits and be consistent when change is hard.
I’d like to give you the resources and tools you need to become a well-rounded, complete coach who can develop their clients’ and athletes’ physical AND mental performance.
As a result, coaches who emphasize mental skills develop teams full of athletes who reach their full potential, and trainers find that their clients are able to build and maintain healthy habits and do the the things they need to do to reach their goals more consistently.
Mastering the art of mental performance coaching is like knowing the answers to a test other trainers and coaches don’t even know exists.
Beneath sets, reps, and drills to improve the fundamentals is a game most coaches aren’t even playing, and it’s costing them—and those they coach—BIG TIME.
Many of the common challenges your clients and athletes face are more related to mental performance than anything on the physical side of things. That’s why good, committed coaches can still struggle to guide their clients and athletes to success.
The bad news: No amount of new strength, conditioning, nutrition, or sport-specific skill related strategies or methods are going to solve the problem.
The good news: You can help those you coach overcome the barriers that trip them up by learning to master and teach the mental skills needed for success.
Utilizing mental performance training with your clients and athletes is a win-win.
As a fitness professional, mental performance training is the key to getting your clients the life-transforming results they really want, and keeping them.
You get the satisfaction of knowing you helped your clients finally get the results they’ve always wanted, and your business gets the benefit of loyal customers jumping at the opportunity to tell everyone they know that YOU are the best trainer around.
As a coach, mental performance training is what you’ll need to achieve the two things you want most: seeing your athletes reach their full potential and building teams that WIN.
Your ability to teach your clients and athletes how to master their mindset will set you apart from the competition and help you rise to the top in your career.
If you’re ready to learn this crucial new skill set and take your coaching to the next level, starting today, I’d like to show you how...
The Mental Performance Mastery Certification was created for coaches who want to stay on the cutting edge of their profession and grow their success and influence—while helping the clients and athletes they work with get better results than ever before.
Specifically, this powerful course is for personal trainers, online trainers, fitness entrepreneurs, gym owners, CrossFit box owners, strength and conditioning coaches, athletic directors, physical therapists, athletic trainers, nutritionists, coaches of all sports at all levels…
… In other words: anyone in the health, fitness, and athletic-performance field who’s ready to take control of their future and become that absolute best coach they can be.
This includes trainers and fitness pros who want to build a thriving business full of clients who get incredible results and are ready to tell everyone they know that YOU are the best trainer around.
And yes—coaches who want to help athletes blast through mental barriers that limit peak performance and build teams that WIN year after year.
So if helping others achieve goals and level up their performance describes what you do, then this certification is for you!
Still not sure if the Mental Performance Mastery Certification is right for you? Then let me ask you this:
Does it ever feel like there’s something missing in your coaching?
You work hard. You’re skilled. You know how to coach the fundamentals and you know the ins and outs of your sport. You know the best methods for helping clients lose fat, build muscle, and improve conditioning.
You should be known as one of the best…
But at the end of the day, you know that something’s still missing.
You think about one of your athletes who, despite incredible talent, allows distractions and doubt take over when the game is on the line…
… Or the client who, despite the proven, scientifically-backed fitness program you’ve provided, still gives up after a few months, failing to reach their goals.
Some people are okay shrugging that off. But deep down, you know that’s not what elite coaches do.
You think about these people who came to you for help, only to be let down. You think about their families and loved ones, and how the inability to reach their goals may affect them…
And Despite the fact that most coaches out there are happy to pat you on the back and say, “Hey, you did your part. You gave them a good fitness program. You told them how to execute their sport. If they can’t follow through, that’s on them…”
… It just doesn’t sit right with you.
Actually—that’s putting it way too lightly—it downright drives you crazy.
You got into this field to change lives. You’re a coach because it provides the rare opportunity to merge passion with making a living—and change lives in the process.
The coaching profession has suffered far too long from the “You did your part, if they fail it’s on them” excuse—and it’s time for it to stop!
The truth is that there IS something you can do to help people develop the habits, routines, and skills they need to be at their best, consistently and predictably.
There is a skill set you can add to your coaches toolbox to render the competition obsolete, boost success, grow your influence—and enjoy the satisfaction that only comes from knowing you’re doing everything you can to be the best coach possible.
THAT’S what becoming a certified Mental Performance Coach is all about!
Never again do you have to wonder “What went wrong!?” because those you coach crack under pressure and fail despite talent, ambition, and scientifically-backed fitness programs.
Never again do you have to deal with the pit in your stomach that comes from seeing a client or athlete struggle to stay focused, overcome failure, or build new high-performance habits.
The MPM Certification provides a step-by-step process to help those you coach develop the life-changing skill set that is peak mental performance.
That’s right. I’m so confident this certification will help you take your coaching to the next level that I’m offering a 30-day, 100% money-back guarantee.
I’ve seen this work for thousands of people—from professional athletes on the biggest stages to high school coaches to everyday folks battling to take back control of their health, and everyone in-between, so I know it can work for you, too.
I’ve worked with thousands of teams, coaches, clients, and organizations, and when the stakes were the highest, the strategies and tools covered in this course are what I used to consistently and predictably help people be at their best.
That’s why I guarantee the Mental Performance Mastery Certification.
It’s simple: Join the course, get the 200+ page workbook, watch all the videos, and download all the bonus content. If it doesn’t help you become a better coach, email me and I’ll refund 100% of the price. You can even keep the workbook.
This guarantee covers you for a full 30-days, which means you can go through the entire course and decide for yourself if it was worth the investment.
My goal is to help you master and teach the mental skills your clients and athletes needs to overcome the mental barriers that trip them up and build the habits, behaviors, and routines they need to do to achieve their goals and perform at a high level—and I know the Mental Performance Mastery Certification will help you get there.
Learn to master and teach the mental skills your clients and athletes need for success, starting today...
When I was a high school coach and athletic director, I remember the helpless feeling of working with athletes who had all the talent in the world… yet continually sabotaged themselves mentally.
I remember thinking, “If there was just a way I could help them!”
At the time, I told myself that I’d done my part, coaching the sport as best I knew how. But that still didn't sit right with me...
And I hear this same struggle from coaches and trainers every single day…
“I wrote the perfect workout and nutrition program for my client… but they just can’t seem to stick with it long enough to see results...”
“In practice, my athletes/team are unstoppable, but when the pressure of the game hits, they fall apart…”
“For the first few months, my client was really motivated, but then the bad habits crept back into their lives and they stopped showing up for workouts.”
Here’s the bottom line: without a firm grasp of how to teach and coach the mental side of performance, it’s next to impossible to be the best, most effective coach or trainer.
I’ve studied what makes the world’s top coaches, athletes, and teams successful and distilled it to a group of fundamental, trainable mental skills. These skills make up what I call “The 10 Pillars of Peak Mental Performance” that I teach inside the MPM Certification.
The 10 Pillars of Peak Mental Performance are the foundation of my proven mental performance coaching system—which will teach you to master the mental skills your clients and athletes need to consistently achieve long-term success.
These are proven strategies and practices, discovered in the trenches of helping real people transform their lives, that you can apply to help the people you work with or coach finally reach their full potential and get the results they want and deserve.