“The best moments of our life are not the passive, receptive, relaxing times, the best moments usually occur when a person’s body or mind is stretched to its limits in a voluntary effort to accomplish something difficult and worthwhile”
— Csikszentmihaly

From Lesa’s personal experience competing in multi day adventure races, 24 hour events, and 100km ultra trail races, marathons and team sports she has lived through the highs and lows of what sport can provide.

As athletes we face challenges such as self-doubt, lack of motivation and focus, anxiousness of expectations, over-training and pain, self-imposed limitations and linking our self-worth to results, but most importantly at time just taking ourselves far too seriously!

“For me it’s a non negotiable in my life providing the opportunity to connect with nature, forget the worries of day to day life and achieve things that push you to your absolute limits, so if you are reading this I am thinking it’s a large part of your life too.”
— Lesa Muir, The Head Coach

It is hard to put an exact percentage on how much of our athletic performance is influenced by our mental strength, but it is widely agreed that is well above the 50% mark.

As humans we are constantly changing and adapting, we have a strong capacity to learn and change behaviors.

If you are ready to take responsibility for the head side of your game and not just the physical aspects, ultimately moving closer to achieving your sporting aspirations then I can help.