As we always strive to provide our audience with quality content, we are very excited to present an interview we recently... (CONTINUE READING)
Beginnings: the points in time or space at which something starts. It’s a chance to feel refreshed; revitalized. We use “beginnings” as opportunities for...
Amanda is the newest member of The Performance Pursuit staff & we want to give you a peak into what type of person and consultant she is. I DARE you not to smile while reading through this little interview. Welcome to the team, Amanda!
If there’s one thing that the majority of humans could agree on, it would probably be that life is tough to predict. Things happen all the time that are unexpected, or that throw a wrench into our plans – whether for the worse or for the better. And when this happens, we always have a choice as to how we... [Continue Reading]
Sport psychology is not one dimensional- thank goodness. In an ever changing, complex world with fluctuating views about nutrition, workout philosophies, sleep patterns, and technology gadgets--it is hard to keep up. Just when you get used to... [CONTINUE READING]
We talk a lot about goal setting, why it's important to have goals, how you can improve your chances of reaching that "end goal," etc. What we don't talk about as often is what to do after... [Continue Reading]
As we approach the most recognized international sporting competition in the world, The Olympics, we are very excited to introduce our second installment to “The One-on-One”, where we interview a four time Olympian who is competing in his fifth... [Continue Reading]
The Spotlight is back with our fourth installment! Learn a little about Molly Ellis - another one of our lead consultants.
What’s trending in the world of sport right now? Anticipation… For this year’s upcoming Summer Olympic, yes it is almost here, Rio 2016. The smell of competition is in the air. More than 10,500 athletes will be... [Continue Reading]
Join us in welcoming a wonderful addition to our ever-growing list of connections and partners in the world of sports, sport psychology, and overall well-being: The Tidewater Sharks.
In our last blog, we talked about having an on-track “off “season that doesn’t unravel all the hard work that you put in during the “on” or competitive season. But even the best and well-planned out “off” seasons can make coming back, to put it best, strenuous and... [Continue Reading]
It’s unavoidable in life that we have ‘on’ seasons and we have ‘off’ seasons. The most glaring example of this is in seasonal sports, but there are traces of the same concept in countless areas of life (between jobs, vacations... [Continue Reading]