ACHIEVE MASTERY WITH EPIC SPORT PSYCHOLOGY

High-performance and mindset coaching for athletes, coaches and other high achievers.

At EPIC Sport Psychology, we deliver high-performance mental training for competitive athletes, coaches and other high achievers that are passionate about excelling in their sport and in life. 

We'll help you CREATE - LIVE - ACHIEVE moments of excellence that define your epic journey of achievement. The essential ingredients to mastering anything is... passion and dedication. You bring your vision and we'll help cultivate your passion and dedication. You are on your way to mastery. 

ATHLETIC AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT MODEL

Raising Better Athletes and Being Active For Life

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ATHLETIC AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT ARE KEYS TO BEING ACTIVE FOR LIFE

Landscape Of Youth Sports And The Foundation To Be Active For Life

Parents of youth athletes often ask, what is best for my son or daughter when it comes to playing sports?  What should he/she be doing to develop as an athlete and most of all as a person?  At the heart of it, most parents want their children to participate in sports to build character, learn life lessons, develop friendships, to be active, and to enjoy the experience. 


When Do These Expectations Change? 

The moment a child participating in a youth sport is successful and touted as being extremely talented, the seduction of success, positive validation from others (i.e., parents, coaches, and teammates), and winning start to cloud those core expectations for both the parent and child.  For parents, the idea of their child climbing the ladder of success by using their child’s talents to open doors for better coaching, invitations to train and play with the best athletes their age, the pressure to commit time and resources to just one sport (single sport specialization), and ultimately, the dream of having their child receive a college scholarship or become a professional athlete become the primary objectives.  Surprisingly, these expectations can start as early as age 12 and younger.

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