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An Athletic Mindset Training System for Amateur Sports
Pro Sports Psychologist Dr. Robert Troutwine, developer of the preeminent Troutwine Athletic Profile (TAP)
assessment, has spent 30-plus years working with pro teams in selecting, coaching, and developing athletes for peak mental performance. Analysis of the tens-of-thousands of elite athletes Dr. Troutwine profiled has proven, over and over again, that strong mental intangibles are tied to performance and overall success.
Society has changed and athletes are harder than ever to coach, leading amateur coaches to often ask Dr. Troutwine for help. However, without the large budget of a pro team, there was no practical or affordable solution for him to recommend. That changed when he decided to take things into his own hands, joining forces with the talent analytics firm The Right Profile to develop the revolutionary Athlete Types system.
AthleteTypes is an end-to-end, online platform for assessing, coaching, and developing athletes for peak mental performance in athletics, school, and life. The system recently added an online “mental gym” to teach critical mental skills and positive habits.
The mission of AthleteTypes is to deliver powerful, easy-to-use sports psychology tools and training to boost the success and well- being of every athlete, coach, and team. All athletes and teams can benefit from the system because the core product is entirely free. An optional premium version is available for a modest annual fee.
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Who Has Taken the TAP?
• Athletes from more than 5,000 U.S. high schools • Athletes from nearly all 2,220 colleges and universities in the U.S. • Pro athletes in the NFL®, MLB®, NBA®, NHL®, NPF®, MLL®, MLS® plus international champions and Olympians • Elite U.S. military soldiers such as US Navy SEALs, Army Rangers, and more
Did You Know?
The TAP assessment was used by NFL Hall-of- Famer Bill Polian and the Indianapolis Colts to help select Peyton Manning over Ryan Leaf in the 1998 NFL draft. The TAP was also used by Bill Belichick and the New England Patriots to identify the strong mental intangibles of Tom Brady in selecting him with the 199th pick of the 2000 NFL draft.
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