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EP 578 - Developing Leadership Qualities To Achieve Your Sports Goals with Will Drumright

Athlete Maestro | The Ultimate Podcast For Young Athletes | Sports Education | Sport Psychology | Mental Toughness | Athlete Development | Mental Training with Tola Ogunlewe

Will Drumright is a Mental Conditioning Coach and he helps athletes find their zone of genius and the things holding them back from succeeding in their sport. Basically the things beyond the physical.If there's a reason or something holding you back from succeeding in your sport, then Will is the guy to help you find the reason and come up with a solution.I call him the silent assassin or the baby faced assassin because as you'll see in this episode Will is so soft spoken that you might be tempted to think "will this episode deliver" (see what i did there lool).Trust me it will and more. When Will starts dropping the value bombs you'll have to rewind and re-listen to this absolutely brilliant conversation.If you find this episode helpful, share it with a fellow athlete to help them on their quest to achieve their sports goals.MORE IMPORTANTLY: Join our exclusive facebook group for like minded athletes where we delve deeper into the episodes of the podcast, www.athletemaestro.com/groupIf you're a parent and you'll like to learn how to nurture your child's sporting talent sign up for my FREE MASTERCLASS athletemaestro.com/sportsparentingThere are a ton of podcasts you could listening to right now but you chose Athlete Maestro.What should I talk about next? Please let me know on twitter or in the comments belowSubscribe for FREE lessons on Itunes: athletemaestro.com/itunesIf you found anything useful on the podcast, please leave a RATING AND REVIEW so other young athletes like yourself can find and benefit from the podcast.To learn how to SUBSCRIBE AND LEAVE A RATING on the show, head to www.athletemaestro.com/subscribe.For more on Athlete Maestro visit athletemaestro.comIf you have any questions, feel free to send an email tola@athletemaestro.comGet the Athlete Maestro Daily Planner, www.athletemaestro.com/dailyplannerFind me on social mediaInstagram - @tolaogunleweTwitter - @tolaogunleweThanks for tuning in.

1hr 15mins

11 Nov 2020

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26: How to improve at anything: Teach, REPEAT, and Compete with Will Drumright

Eyes Up Mindset

Check out EYES UP MINDSET: https://linktr.ee/eyesupmindset Will Drumright, head coach of the Indianapolis AlleyCats of the AUDL joins the Eyes Up Mindset crew to discuss how we can improve at anything in our lives. This process like others we have discussed is simple but not always easy and as humans our tendency is to want to skip steps and get to the ending. We delve into how we must do the work in order to get the results we desire and much more as we learn, grow, and challenge one another to find our best today and to LIVE EYES UP! RATE~REVIEW~ SUBSCRIBE~ EYES UP MINDSET Resources: Indianapolis Alley Cats  Will Drumright Instagram Will Drumright Twitter Follow and Support us: Facebook Group: EYES UP MINDSET FAMILY Twitter: @eyesupmindset Instagram: eyesupmindset YouTube: Eyes Up Mindset Channel Website: http://www.eyesupmindset.com/ If you have found value and you feel others may as well please feel free to RATE, REVIEW and SUBSCRIBE or FOLLOW wherever you listen. Take a step with us today on this journey toward optimal performance.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/eyesupmindset/support

42mins

26 Oct 2020

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Ep #79 – Interview with Will Drumright

Junior Golf Blueprint

Will Drumright is a sports psychologist that works along side Dr Rob Bell.  He's worked at the IMG academy where athletes trying to reach the next level in college and professional sports go to excel. Will has been helping a student of mine here recently and I'm excited to share his insights with you!Connect with WillTwitterInstagramBlogTitle Sponsor Future Champions GolfConnect with the PodcastFacebookInstagram TwitterMatt Walter Golf Academy--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/juniorgolfblueprint/support

19 Apr 2019

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WYC 100 – Personality Science – James Leath & Will Drumright discuss Hot Topics in Sport Psychology from the AASP

The Winning Youth Coaching Podcast: Youth Sports | Coaching | Parenting | Family Resources

The Association for Applied Sport Psychology National meeting was a few weeks ago - so for Episode 100 we invited 2 of our favorite sport psychology guys who attended to share with us some lessons learned.James Leath has been a WYC guest previously in episodes 61, 50 and 31.  James' first interview on the show, WYC Episode 31, was a huge hit and is the #1 downloaded episode all-time on the show.Will Drumright is a sport psychology coach who has worked with Dr. Rob Bell, providing mental skills and performance psychology training to coaches, athletes, and teams.  Will focuses on the high school and middle school athletes.  Will is also a professional Ultimate Frisbee player and coaches the local high school Ultimate Frisbee team.Both guys now work for IMG Academy, one of the world's premier training schools for athletes in many different sports.Sign up for James' weekly Coach Notes: James Leath weekly Coach NoteTwitter: @jamesleath; @wcdrummy15-Listen Now:Listen on iTunes: iTunes linkListen on Stitcher: Stitcher linkListen on Google Play Music: Google Play link-Energy Building Rock-Paper-Scissors-Cheerleader - Great activity to start meetings/practicesHow has sport psych work evolved over the past year? Looking at the individual not just the athlete A move from strategy and X's and O's to focus on developing people Be-Know-Do Personality science vs brain scienceMore emerging trends Are you teaching your kids about failure? Don't rob them of what it feels like to not be good enough. A carefree childhood sets up your kids to not know how to deal with failure, a bad coach, or a bad boss.How about youth coaches? Listen to podcasts, read blogs, read books Great books on how kids learn/succeed: How Children Succeed by Paul Tough Influence-The Psycology of Persuasion by Robert Cialdini Talent is Overrated by Geoff Colvin The Talent Code by Daniel Coyle- Today's SponsorsI Youth Football helps coaches, organizations, or parents teach football skills to kids ages 3-11.  Not only does I Youth Football guarantee your players increase their skills, they will give you individualized pricing based on your situation. So if you are a coach or want your local organization to run I Youth Football in your area, visit them at www.iyouthfootball.com and reach out. It’s simple to set up, and a nice way to earn a little side money while helping kids learn the game of football. To get $100 off the program be sure to use this coupon code: winning--Reviews are the lifeblood of the podcast!- If you like the podcast- please take 2 minutes to write a review! Click here- Ready to be an Awesome Youth Coach? Sign up for our free weekly newsletter:

55mins

8 Dec 2016

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WYC 061 – Mental Toughness – James Leath and Will Drumright talk Sports Psychology at the AASP

The Winning Youth Coaching Podcast: Youth Sports | Coaching | Parenting | Family Resources

The Association for Applied Sport Psychology National meeting was a few weeks ago - so for Episode 61 we invited 2 sports psychology guys who attended to share with us some lessons learned.James Leath has been a WYC guest previously in episodes 50 and 31.  James' first interview on the show, WYC Episode 31, was a huge hit and is the #1 downloaded episode all-time on the show.Will Drumright is a sport psychology coach who work with Dr. Rob Bell, providing mental skills and performance psychology training to coaches, athletes, and teams.  Will focuses on the high school and middle school athletes.  Will is also a professional Ultimate Frisbee player and coaches the local high school Ultimate Frisbee team.Sign up for James' weekly Coach Notes: James Leath weekly Coach NoteTwitter: @jamesleath; @wcdrummy15Listen Now:Listen in ITunes: Itunes linkListen in Stitcher: Stitcher linkWhat was the biggest 'a-ha' moment you had during the meeting?JamesHUGE IDEA #1 Teach the human, not the athlete. Children are not mini-adults, they are children.  If you don't first build a relationship - then the gameplan you develop doesn't matter.  Tim Elmore quote from Generation iY book: 'Great teachers build a relationship so strong that it can bear the weight of truth.' If they understand that you have their best interest in mind, they will respond to and listen to coaching and constructive criticism. Love.  What do you love about your sport? And as a coach I need to love my players for who they are, not for them to please me.Will The athlete is a human first. Speak to athletes in a way that increases their intrinsic motivationWere there any discussions on how sports psychology has changed over the past 10-15 years as our society and our society's approach to youth sports is very different today vs. 10-15 years ago?WillHUGE IDEA #2 The importance of providing resources to athletes so they can take care of themselves as individuals outside of athletics. Quote: 'Sport doesn't inherently build character, it just has the opportunity to do so.'- Dr. Greg Dale, Duke University Is your message slippery or sticky?  Your message is only effective if it resonates with your athletes.James 'Culture eats strategy for lunch' - Dr. Greg Dale, Duke University. One way to create culture - address the elephants in the room. You can't coach the kids today the way you were coached growing up.  There are too many other options and they will quit.Learn any new routines for brushing-off mistakes?Will Develop a flushing routine. It has to be unique, something that is meaningful to the individual athlete. Take a centering breath.James It's all about giving meaning to things. Shared terminology. James has worked out a 'word' that has meaning with his wife - if he says 'I'm in a folder' - it means 'Hey honey, I love you, so great to hear from you, I can't talk right now because I'm in the middle of something, I'll call you as soon as I can.' 'Great cultures have a ton of inside jokes'What's the best story or analogy you heard?James Yoda on the back of Luke Skywalker - Justin Su'a.  Coaches who fail are the ones who want the spotlight - instead coaches should want to have their students rise up and be stronger than their teacher.Will Matts Stutzman - Holds world records for longest archery shot - and he was born without arms - 'How do you become the best.  Period.  No excuses.'  His parents didn't modify anything for him, they allowed him to struggle.  And that's what made him a champion.  Failure is a key part of learning!Hear any out-of-the-box approaches that you thought might have some validity?Will Dr. Greg Dale, Duke University - 'Are you effective when you are listening to 3 things at the same time?' - Realize as a parent you are 1 of 3 voices the kids are hearing - so think about if you need to say anything while the athlete is playing a game

59mins

5 Nov 2015