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If you’re serious about taking your athletic career to the next level AND committed to working to live up to your potential, then this for YOU.

"I wish there was a magic pill for being successful..."


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If you watch the world of celebrities and sports figures, you can often see very public failures.

We all have moments of failure, but when you are in the spotlight, the world might just be your witness.

As a coach, my responsibility is to guide my athletes in the right direction both on and off the field. 

My question to you is have you laid the foundation for your spotlight? 

What happens when you reach your athletic goals?

I work with Olympic athletes, high level executives, to the college and high school athlete.  What we work on is making sure your house is in order.   There needs to be a foundation in place for you to thrive before you are in the limelight.

Maybe you’ve even spent a few sleepless nights wondering, staring at the ceiling dreaming about being on your big stage. 

But once you achieve your vision of success as an athlete, will you be ready?

About Your Guide:

Ed Padalecki, often called Coach P., is a mental performance and leadership development coach taking his experience coaching Olympic athletes, NFL players, high-performing executives, D1 NCAA student athletes in golf, baseball, football, track & field and bringing it to you.

He believes that little things done consistently over time breeds success.

Training the mind isn’t a magic pill that will win you championship after championship on the field, but will allow you to release the greatness within you.

Championships and trophies don't happen by accident. They happen by intent.

Whether it is with athletes or high performers in business, Ed uses a systematic approach to the mental side of performance.

Coach P uses his two decades of being in the trenches working on the applied side of peak performance to partner with both athletes and corporate warriors.

His core philosophy on peak performance is this:

If we say that how we perform is 90% mental and 10% physical, how are you training the 90?

It requires creating awareness, having and executing your plan.

When he’s not working with clients, you can find him traveling, spending time with his family, working out,  or challenging himself in some new way.