Train your mind to allow for your skills and talent to shine when it counts.



Is mental training right for you?

We are all performers in our own right. Whether you are an athlete, coach, first responder, a business professional, or a weekend warrior, we all perform on a regular basis. Training the mental aspect of performance can take you to the next level.

“It is not the critic who counts; not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles, or where the doer of deeds could have done them better. The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena, whose face is marred by dust and sweat and blood; who strives valiantly; who errs, who comes short again and again, because there is no effort without error and shortcoming; but who does actually strive to do the deeds; who knows great enthusiasms, the great devotions; who spends himself in a worthy cause; who at the best knows in the end the triumph of high achievement, and who at the worst, if he fails, at least fails while daring greatly, so that his place shall never be with those cold and timid souls who neither know victory nor defeat.”




Competitive Advantage

A well-trained, disciplined mindset can provide you with a competitive advantage over equally skilled opponents.

Mental Skills Apply To Life

While mental skills are taught with the primary intent of improving performance, many people see indirect benefits in other facets of life, such as mood, relationship quality, and many other areas.

Mental Skills + Physical Training

Mental skills can be integrated into your physical training to save time and improve the quality of the training that you are already doing.



Find your inner source of sustainable motivation to power yourself to the finish line. We have lots of wells to draw motivation from and some are deeper than others. At Inner Champion you can learn how to motivate yourself on a consistent basis to achieve your goals.


We perform better when we are feeling confident. The good news is that confidence is a skill that can be trained. Whatever the situation, you can be more confident by tapping into your inner resources. Learn more about where confidence comes from and how to build it in difficult situations.

Goal Setting

Ever had a tough time reaching a New Year’s resolution goal or another important goal? Most people have. More often than not, they haven’t done the work to set goals SYSTEMATICALLY and create an environment that sets them up for success. Learn more about goal setting techniques supported by scientific research that increase your odds of being successful.

Team Building

Learn to create a culture of high performance and team cohesion. Investing in your team’s culture using research-backed techniques and activities can create an environment for everyone to achieve more. Remember: The rising tide floats all boats!

Exercise Program Adherence

If you are trying to make exercise a priority or stick to a challenging program, learn strategies to stay motivated and stay the course. Specific strategies include exploring motivation sources, creating contingency plans, identifying barriers, and increasing enjoyment of exercise.

Psychology of Injury and/or Burnout

Feeling burned out, worn down, or suffered a challenging injury? Inner Champion specializes in teaching mental skills to reduce performance anxiety, manage pain, and prevent or cope with burnout.

Stress Management / Relaxation

Learn techniques to switch off at the end of the day or when it’s time to regroup and recover. Athletes and high performers alike tend to be “on” all the time, which prevents the body from activating the “rest and digest” response. Techniques can include a mind to muscle or a muscle to mind approach, such as progressive muscle relaxation, imagery, autogenic training, and meditation.

Mental Imagery

Create and recreate experiences in your mind using mental imagery to create a mental map for future success. The research on mental imagery’s effects on performance has strong data supporting its effectiveness, it requires almost no physical exertion, and most elite athletes do it. Learn how to work it into your own routine to get extra mental practice reps anywhere you are.

Attention Control

It’s no secret that high performance happens in the present moment. Learn how to improve your ability to lock in with laser focus when it counts. Specific techniques for improved attention include mindfulness and goal-directed attention strategies to zero in on the key components of the task at hand. Train your mind to be in the HERE and NOW.


Discover the science behind proper mental and physical recovery and techniques to maximize your energy levels prior to performing. Your body is like a phone battery; you need to learn how to recharge it to be able to give 100 percent effort.

Productive Self-Talk

We talk to ourselves all the time whether we are aware of it or not, and the things we say to ourselves impact how we perceive and approach a performance. Learn how to be your own ally rather than your own worst enemy by talking to yourself in a PRODUCTIVE way


There are three main session formats that we offer when it comes to our mental skills training services.



Sessions can be delivered in individual (one-on-one) confidential settings in which performers get personalized mental coaching in a relaxed, yet private environment.



Mental skills can also be taught in group or team workshop format. The skill(s) taught will be tailored to the unique challenges or obstacles that your team expects to encounter.



When meeting in person doesn’t work with your training schedule or when you’re on the road, Inner Champion delivers mental skills training via Skype and Facetime for One-On-One sessions.


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