Reps for the Mind

Sevwins Blog: Thoughts from the co-founders and guests

Implementing Mental Discipline in Organized Practices

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Greg Moore

What are some good ways to implement mental discipline in organized practices?

Ask players to fully execute small acts within practice. Below are a few examples that are simple, painfully mundane...

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The Growth Mindset Framework: Preparing for the 2% Adventure

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Greg Moore

Throughout my 20 years of coaching in college, I've always been fixed on transferable skills; what works in life that also works on the field? What are the best players doing in the NBA or MLB?...

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Building the Confident Athlete

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Danielle Martin

We had an opportunity to talk to Danielle Martin, a Mental Skills Coach for top professional athletes and an Sevwins Advisor, about the power of vulnerability and how to build confident athletes....

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Tips to Improve Athlete Communication

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Kara Bolli

Los Angeles Angels National Scout/Crosschecker, Jason Smith, sat down with the Sevwins team to discuss communication in the business of sport. Learning how to build lasting relationships with...

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Teaching Athletes to Win Through Preparation

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Glenn Kirkpatrick

Glenn Kirkpatrick Entrepreneur, Coach, Sports Team Owner

Expecting to win begins with planning to win. For athletes, it’s about nutrition, mental focus, physical preparedness. In business, it’s...

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Reach One, Teach One

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Matt French

Scott Garber of Chek and Greg Moore engage in a candid discussion about parallels between sport and business, inspiring student-athletes during challenging times, and how Sevwins is reframing the...

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The Framework to Create Strategic Thinkers

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Greg Moore

Sevwins users and a comprehensive new study show learning how to think by consistently answering fundamental questions leads to metacognition, quicker goal achievement and higher grade point...

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Mental Toughness: Coach Perspective

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John Roberts

Most of us already know that confidence, resiliency, and coping with adversity are all traits of being mentally tough. Did you realize how important relationships and culture are in the...

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Adapt or Be A Victim?

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Matt French

As restaurants began to open up during the pandemic, my family and I ventured out to get dinner for three reasons: 1) we were tired of cooking, 2) we needed to get out of the house, 3) we wanted...

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SportsCenter or Epicenter

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Greg Moore

Setting: Student-athlete's first college athletics meeting. First, congratulations. You’ve made it to this university and to Division 1 Baseball. That’s a win. You are here because you have the...

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Want to Lead? Go to the Corner of the Locker Room

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Greg Moore

Each year two to three players ask to become leaders, but wonder how. Those who ask are usually driven, organized and team examples of work-ethic. They are at the field early and thinking late at...

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Student-Athlete Mental Wellness Needs Stoic Reflection

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Greg Moore

In a recent Atlantic essay on the trouble with depression and detachment among NCAA Athletes, there was one cited true fix: “...develop a vocabulary for addressing the problems she sees."

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One Coach’s Message to 2020 High School Seniors

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Matt French

Note to Coaches: Share with your high school seniors. As we all encourage them to win the next four years, here’s how one coach spoke to the 2020 class.

2020 Seniors,

It has been a pleasure to...

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How 99 Reps Made Me a Better Founder

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John Roberts

Today I completed my 99th consecutive rep of Sevwins, and here’s how it improved my life as a startup co-founder.In full disclosure, I’m one of three co-founders of Sevwins. As any tech founder...

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37 Years of Coaching - Why I Still Love It

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Bob Kitchen

I’ve remained in teaching and coaching for 37 years and there’s one primary reason why I keep going back: I love changing lives. And my words have the power to do that. I keep returning because...

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Ryan Faer, Cleveland Indians, on the Power of Coaches as Mentors

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Ryan Faer

We asked Ryan Faer, Cleveland Indians Performance Coordinator, to share his perspective on the power of coaches as mentors. Here’s his take.

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Rob Kaminsky, St. Louis Cardinals, on the Power of Coaches as Mentors

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Rob Kaminsky

We asked Rob Kaminsky, St. Louis Cardinals organization and 2013 1st round draft pick, to share his perspective on the power of coaches as mentors. Here’s his take.

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Tyler Freeman, Cleveland Indians, on the Power of Coaches as Mentors

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Tyler Freeman

We asked Tyler Freeman, Cleveland Indians, to share his perspective on the power of coaches as mentors. Here’s his take.

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Isaias Quiroz, Texas Rangers, on the Power of Coaches as Mentors

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Isaias Quiroz

We asked Isaias Quiroz, Texas Rangers, to share his perspective on the power of coaches as mentors. Here’s his take.

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Coaches Build Life Skills; Athletes Want Mentorship

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Matt French

Athletes need mentorship, guidance and communication more than ever. They’re speaking a slightly different language. Coach and player seek to build soft skills and prepare for life beyond the...

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