Client Tucker Clark Wins AZ State Golf Championship

Client Tucker Clark Wins AZ State Golf Championship

Arcadia high School Junior Tucker Clark shot a bogey free 64 to win the Arizona State boys Division 2 Golf championship on October 23rd. Tucker is one of the top golfers in the state of Arizona and has just committed to play golf after graduation at The University of Notre Dame. I’ve been working with him for about 9 months on mental toughness

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The New Edge in Sports Performance and Results

The New Edge in Sports Performance and Results

The year was 1976 and the film Rocky made its debut on cinema screens all over America. The movie quickly became a cultural phenomenon. Thousands of kids and young adults were instantly inspired to try drinking a few raw eggs and getting up before dawn to run to get in shape like the great Rocky Balboa. Little did we know it at the time but the fitness and workout craze in America was being born, and by 1981 a cover of TIME magazine was devoted to this movement. In a few short years the fitness industry had become a multibillion-dollar industry with no signs of slowing down.

Improved muscle mass, leaner bodies and intense physical conditioning was the first big movement in the evolution of the modern day athlete. Thus began a trend in sports to find new ways to stay ahead of the curve and gain a competitive edge.

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Grit, Grind & Mind: The Path of a Champion

Grit, Grind & Mind: The Path of a Champion

What makes a champion? Is it heart, talent, preparation or a combination of all of these? Why do some break through to astonishing levels of athletic success and performance while others seem to have to fight to just get a glimpse of it?

Dustin Johnson's heartbreaking three-putt on the final hole of the U.S. Open to lose the championship to Jordan Spieth and finish second illustrates this exact point. He was over 96 percent successful in making putts inside of five feet before that fatal moment. Clearly him missing his four-footer for birdie and a tie had nothing to with physical ability or talent. He's made hundreds of these. What this grand moment really revealed was a deeper issue or limit coming to the surface. Hopefully for him a great learning experience for success yet to come. On the other hand, Jordan Spieth finished with a needed birdie that gave him a one-shot lead. There are simply some athletes or teams who rise to the moment and embrace it, and some, no matter how bad they want it, who simply aren't ready yet for a certain level of success.

The search for a formula to consistent winning has been a quest for many athletes and teams around the globe for years. What is the magic to putting it all together?

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