SPORTS PSYCHOLOGY TO HARNESS THE ZONE

When you are ready to push the limits and stretch beyond your dreams, Everest Strong Coaching is here to empower your mind and body to join forces for extraordinary results. Enter the zone on command for outstanding performance.

You are strong. You are Everest strong. See you at the top.

Mental Game Coaching

Mental Game Coaching

Sports Psychology to Harness the Zone.

Personal Training

Personal Training

Achieve your Peak Performance.

Beyond sports applications

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This is only for people who are ready to take charge of their lives and stop being a guest in their own bodies.

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A Life in 41,000,000 Minutes

41,000,000 minutes makes up the average lifespan in the United States. This sounds like a lot. With that many minutes you have plenty to spare, right? Breaking it down, there are 525,600 minutes in a year and 1440 in a day. Why do I mention this? Because in August 2021 a nutritional index was released…

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Everest Strong Coaching Mental Game Practice

10,000 Hours or 10,000 Kicks?

“I fear not the man who has practiced 10,000 kicks once, but I fear the man who has practiced one kick 10,000 times.” – Bruce Lee   Do you want to become unstoppable in your sport or craft?   There is a specific path to move from the place of novice to being an expert.…

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Dr. Karla Steingraber catches up with Charles Grantham, change agent in the sports industry to ask, “What’s your next Everest?”

Frequently Asked Questions

Get that mental edge, you’ve got training plan, exercise plan, nutrition plan, now it’s the internal workout

  • Low motivation
  • Stress
  • Anxiety before competition
  • Fear of losing
  • Fear of winning
  • Depends on the issue
  • Attentional or emotional control, mental toughness, motivation, zone skills
  • A direction gets determined, maybe more than one area
  • Get started, homework, practice in office
  • Absolutely both
  • Of course, there’s a limit, you won’t bring in a 3 yo soccer player, but a more mature 7 yo is possible
  • Determine what’s really going on,
  • Is it pre-existing to sport?
  • Is the behavior only on the court or also in other arenas?
  • Things I’ve seen
  • Throwing up before diving
  • Getting bored inside goal / on the mat
  • Aggressive behavior, hitting other kids when they mess up or game is lost
  • Versus golf girl who had a million reasons not to play, including loss of love of the game, no plan to continue
  • The hardest part was working with parents to let go
  • Report back, weekly evaluations