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New Publication: Relevance of Resilience across the domains of Sport & Work

Research Impact: In both Work and Sport arenas we are faced with a variety of challenging situations, ranging from on-going deadlines and family stress to career threatening injury and job-loss. 111 more words


Ironman.com Feature! 5 Mental Strategies for Crushing Your A-Race

Calling all KONA Ironman triathletes and coaches! I’m so freakin’ excited to share MY recent feature in Ironman.com  “5 Mental Strategies to Crush your A-Race.” I absolutely love the Ironman vibe and how it empowers so many athletes to push their mental and physical limits! 65 more words

Life With No Limits

Getting Started and Starting Over

I believe that being healthy involves a complex system of conscious decision-making. It’s not just a simple state of being, like many users of social media might suggest with their strategically-angled gym selfies and #gainz. 1,033 more words

Exercise Science

Rebranding sport and exercise psychology for the 21st century

Reflecting on my professional career to date I have always been very interested in how we as a profession are perceived by the ‘real world’ and potential clients. 488 more words

Sport Psychology


How can you tell if players are witholding and may have issues in their personal lives or team-related issues they aren’t addressing? Wide receivers drop passes that hit them in the numbers, or if they catch the pass they fumble the ball when tackled. 140 more words


Sport Psychology

I’m going to use my currently situation as a learning tool for you. As you read in the email, I fell during a half marathon trail run Saturday. 126 more words