Dr. Traci Statler is an Associate Professor in the Department of Kinesiology at California State University, Fullerton.
She has been providing sport and performance consulting services for over 15 years, and currently serves as a consultant for USA Track and Field, USA Volleyball, USA Pole Vault, and a variety of additional collegiate programs. She furthermore conducts individual performance enhancement sessions with professional and junior elite athletes, medical practitioners, and police officers in southern California.
She is the upcoming president for the Association for Applied Sport Psychology and also has served as the Vice President of the International Society of Sport Psychology (ISSP).
She had the privilege of attending the Rio Olympics with USA Track and Field as their sport psychology consultant.
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“If you say, I can’t, you are restricting what you can do, or will ever do.” Michael Phelps.
High performers are intentional with their self-talk. They talk to themselves in a powerful way. Reminding themselves that I can, I am, I will…
My High Performance Power Phrase: I talk to myself, not listen. I think “I will . . . I can . . . I am . . .” to help me reach my wicked awesome potential.
Dr. Ken Ravizza is back! In his second interview on the podcast, Ken talks about his new book and coaching program, Heads Up Baseball 2. Ken has spent over 40 years as a sport psychology educator, and over 20 years working in Major League Baseball, including most recently with the Chicago Cubs.
In this interview, we talk about:
Find Ken on Twitter @KenRavizza1 and Cindra @Mentally_Strong.
To get a copy of Ken's new book or join his coaching program, visit: HeadsUpBaseball2.com.
High performers intentionally practice gratitude daily. They know gratitude is the perfect antidote to negative emotions because it’s impossible to feel gratitude and fear, anxiety, worry, envy or anger at the same time. They use tools to increase their gratitude and express gratitude even despite difficulties.
Power Phrase today: I choose to intentionally practice gratitude daily. I focus on what I am grateful for to stay fueled and excited for my life, sport and business.
Maddie, the feature story in Chapter 15 of Beyond Grit, is a former gymnast who overcame an ACL injury to competed in the State Meet in the vault and beam. On the night of the state meet right after accomplishing her dream goals, she was hit head on by a drunk driver. She broke both of her legs and could no longer compete in the sport. Despite these hardships, she says she is “lucky.” Listen to hear why.
During this Facebook Life event, Josh Lifrak, Director of the Mental Skills Program with the Chicago Cubs, and Cindra talk about working in Pro Sport, her new book Beyond Grit, and the 10 Powerful Practices to Gain the High Performing Edge.
To order a copy of Beyond Grit, go to BeyondGrit.com. Order by Thursday, Sept. 7th at 11:59 EST and you will receive $5 off, free shipping, free audiobook, and free ebook.