Mental Game Survey Reminder

If you haven’t yet done so – please take just a quick moment to take this short survey. I’ll be posting a survey summary here in the next couple weeks.

I am excited to announce a joint project. Dr. Patrick Cohn and I are collaborating on mental game training materials specifically designed for runners, duathletes, triathletes and endurance athletes.

You can see some of Dr. Cohn’s materials here. He also has a great site for parents of youth athletes.

But, our first step is to get some feedback on what aspects of the mental game YOU want to learn more about and HOW you would like to learn it (CD, podcast, eBook, DVD, etc). So, if you have just a couple minutes (really – it’s pretty short) please click here to access the survey.

From time to time, I like to check in with you and other readers
to ask a few questions about your mental game. This way, I can help you better with your top mental game challenges in track and field, running, or racing.

But to help you better, I need your input!

I need you to complete a short survey about the mental game
challenges you (or your athletes) face in track and field.

Your answers will give me the input needed to bring you the
most relevant and practical information about how to improve
your (or your athletes) mental toughness.

The survey should only take two minutes of your time to
complete. Here’s the link:

Runner/Triathlete Survey
(Please copy the entire link into your browser)

For giving me two minutes of your time, I have a special bonus
for you after you complete the survey.

Leading mental game authority Dr. Patrick Cohn and I have recorded a special audio program for track and triathlete competitors titled:

“Five Mistakes Runners Make with Their PreRace Mental Preparation”

Complete the survey and grab the MP3 file:

Runner/Triathlete Survey
Thanks for Your Help,

Coach Dean

p.s. Please forward this link to your fellow athletes or
coaches so they can take the survey too!

Thank you for your support!

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About Dean Hebert

I’m a mental game coach, author and speaker. I work with individual athletes, parents, coaches, and teams on sports performance enhancement. Beyond my academic post-graduate work in sports psychology - the psychology behind athlete performance – I am a certified Mental Games Coaching Professional (MGCP) and certified hypnotherapist. I’ve authored several books and hundreds of articles. “Coach, I didn’t run because…” (2008) is a seriously light-hearted look at making excuses not to workout and how to overcome them. “Focus for Fitness” (2009) and “Screw the Goals Give me the Donut” (2010) are two of my eBooks on mental game approaches for the everyday athlete. I wrote these because I believe that everyone can benefit from the powerful mental techniques that the world’s best athletes use. I have been cited in Runners World, Best Health magazine (CN), SWEAT Magazine, and the Washington Examiner amongst many other publications. I have been a featured mental games coach in Runner’s World and for the internationally acclaimed trail running resource - trailrunningclub.com. I also regularly appear on sports and fitness talk shows such as LTKFitness, Runnersroundtable and for more than three years I have co-hosted a weekly video series with Coach Joe English for Running-Advice.com. I specialize in mental toughness training. My clients include tennis, synchronized swimming, golf, race-kart, soccer, motocross, volleyball, MMA, cycling (road, off-road, time-trialist), running, duathlon and triathlon, basketball, football and baseball athletes. I have coached world-class athletes and athletes internationally. I have a passion for working with youth athletes and helping them apply mental game skills and techniques to all areas of life. Most importantly, my aim is to have people enjoy sports and life to their fullest through peak performances.
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