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IN THE Mind

of a Champion

No matter if you are an athlete or a high-performing attorney. It all starts with the mind.

"Anyone can teach you skills. We teach you how to win. "

Why learning to relax on command, (lower your heart rate) quickly is so important?

Anxiety or previous bad experiences can cause many of us to live of anxiety which causes us to make decisions
hastily without thinking them through.


Learning meditation, doing yoga, or being mindful helps you to deal with your stress overall but when you are going through a stressful situation, (2 outs, bases loaded and you are at bat) you need a tool that lowers your heart rate quickly, at that moment.


Any anxiety-producing situation can be managed by touching an anchor and training your body to respond instantly in that moment.

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ABOUT ME

JEFF MINER, LPC, M.Ed.

Founder

As a Licensed Professional Counselor, Miner has made the pursuit of excellence in sports a focal point of his career. He played competitive sports up to the collegiate level and has been involved as a coach for athletes of all ages. As a professional, he worked for the United States Olympic Committee and as the Director of Research for the National Institute of Child Centered Coaching.

In his book, Coach’s Planner, Miner helps coaches to understand the psychological and legal aspects of sports coaching - providing proven techniques for motivating athletes. He has also written several articles in national publications regarding; Motivation, Getting into the Zone, Overcoming Obstacles, Ethical Practices by Coaches, Eating Disorders, and Making Sports Fun for the Athlete and Parenting Elite Athletes—What To Say When Your Child Loses.

With more than 30 years of experience in psychology and athletics, Miner has always worked to make sure that athletes get the most enjoyment out of their sport and their abilities. Miner helps those he works with set personal goals and develop a concrete plan towards achieving those goals. His determination and enthusiasm have helped athletes change old patterns of thinking and gain control over the emotional and stressful aspects of their sport.

Miner received his bachelor’s degree from Utah State and his master’s degree from University of Utah. In his professional career, he worked with several Utah Jazz players and worked for the US Olympic Committee.

About

ABOUT ME

DamiOn Brown, Performance Coach.

Founder

As a Licensed Professional Counselor, Miner has made the pursuit of excellence in sports a focal point of his career. He played competitive sports up to the collegiate level and has been involved as a coach for athletes of all ages. As a professional, he worked for the United States Olympic Committee and as the Director of Research for the National Institute of Child Centered Coaching.

In his book, Coach’s Planner, Miner helps coaches to understand the psychological and legal aspects of sports coaching - providing proven techniques for motivating athletes. He has also written several articles in national publications regarding; Motivation, Getting into the Zone, Overcoming Obstacles, Ethical Practices by Coaches, Eating Disorders, and Making Sports Fun for the Athlete and Parenting Elite Athletes—What To Say When Your Child Loses.

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With more than 30 years of experience in psychology and athletics, Miner has always worked to make sure that athletes get the most enjoyment out of their sport and their abilities. Miner helps those he works with set personal goals and develop a concrete plan towards achieving those goals. His determination and enthusiasm have helped athletes change old patterns of thinking and gain control over the emotional and stressful aspects of their sport.

Miner received his bachelor’s degree from Utah State and his master’s degree from University of Utah. In his professional career, he worked with several Utah Jazz players and worked for the US Olympic Committee.

Relaxation on command

When we are feeling anxious or triggered or overwhelmed our heart rate becomes sporadic and that fluctuation in heart rate causes our body to go into a fight-flight or freeze mode. Sweating, anxious, fearful, and most often making poor decisions in the moment.


When we are in that state, we are not able to play at our best! It is plain and simple. That is why learning to control your emotions when you get to that point prior to or during competition is so crucial if you are serious about taking
your game to the next level.


By controlling your heart rate you are learning how to control your physical response to the anxiety-producing situation, therefore putting you in control of fears and worries.

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We Empower You To Be Your Best!

No matter if you are an athlete or a high-performing attorney. It all starts with the mind.

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"In just 6 months of training with Michael I lost 38 pounds"

JACK

January 10, 2023

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February 10, 2023

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March 10, 2023

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500 Terry Francois Street

San Francisco, CA 94158

Tel: 123-456-7890

Fax: 123-456-7890

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