Sports performance

Client Charlie Reiter Wins & Earns Invite to Play in 2017 Australian Open

Posted on Dec 13, 2016

Client Charlie Reiter Wins & Earns Invite to Play in 2017 Australian Open

Client Charlie Reiter, shot rounds of 66-67-68-71 for a -16 total and an 8 stroke victory last weekend in the Aaron Baddeley International Junior Championship In California. Charlie took the lead in the first round and never looked back. The win earned the 17 year old an invite to play in the 2017 Australian Open Golf Tournament at The Royal Sydney Golf Course in Sydney, Australia next fall.

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My Work With MLB All-Star Evan Longoria

Posted on Dec 3, 2016

My Work With MLB All-Star Evan Longoria

ST. PETERSBURG — Evan Longoria has had the journal in his locker for years, using it for typically no more than scribbling fantasy football tips.

But this spring, at the instruction of Howard Falco, the “peak performance coach” the Rays brought into camp, Longoria grabbed a pen and got busy…

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Grit, Grind & Mind: The Path of a Champion

Posted on Aug 8, 2015

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?

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Spirituality in The Fast Lane

Posted on May 28, 2015

Spirituality in The Fast Lane

The last thing I imagined myself doing a few weeks ago was racing Porsches in Alabama. It just goes to show you how life’s curveballs can come at any moment. An invitation from a friend turned into a life-changing experience. I discovered a sense of oneness in the last place I expected; behind the wheel of a 911 Carrera S at over 100 miles per hour on a real racetrack.

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The Power of a Present Mind in Sports and in Life

Posted on Aug 26, 2014

The Power of a Present Mind in Sports and in Life

    Golfer Rory McIlroy explained it clearly when asked what his key thoughts were on his way to winning the British Open and the third major championship of his career. “I wasn’t thinking about the end result. I worked on staying in the process on every shot,” is what McIlroy said. “I wasn’t thinking about what it would mean or how many further clear it would get me,” he continued. That simple ability to stay in the moment is one of the key factors that allowed him to play his final round in a state of the greatest peace and control, and hence allow his deepest talent and desires to be realized. A present state of mind is incredibly valuable to an athlete or to anyone who is trying to bring forth his or her best when it matters most. The reasons are profound. READ MORE HERE – http://www.huffingtonpost.com/howard-falco/the-power-of-a-present-mi_b_5615239.html    ...

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