TO EQUIP, TRAIN, AND INSPIRE ATHLETES TO DEVELOP A MIND OF A CHAMPION IN BOTH SPORTS AND IN LIFE.
2 Timothy 1:7 For the Spirit God gave us does not make us timid, but gives us power, love, and self-discipline.
HEAR FROM THE FOUNDER - TRISHA KROLL
Do you practice stronger than at game time?
Do you shut down after poor performances?
Do you need accountability & mentorship?
Do nerves get the best of you when pressure is on?
Are you struggling with confidence & comparison?
Do you need a more aggressive game plan?
LIVE ONLINE COURSE - Iron Sharpens Iron: Proverbs 27:17
"I love this course. It has helped me to realize that I am not alone in my struggle of feeling inadequate or beaten down. It has helped me to acknowledge my weaknesses and come up with a plan to strengthen them. It has helped me to identify the traits of a good leader and begin to grow those traits within myself. I have been able to come up with a plan for when I am faced with failure or setbacks. I have come to realize that every athlete, no matter how amazing they are, they struggle with similar things I do. By learning how to overcome these struggles, I can help others whom I come into contact with, do the same. I have also learned to embrace failure, because failure is an excellent opportunity for me to learn and grow, and it also allows others to learn from me.
Lauren Strain - UNC Commit
MOC 1-0N-1 Training
"Working one on one with Coach Kroll was probably one of the best decisions I have made. I was not competing to my highest potential. My mind wasn’t strong, and I was held captive to my emotions and nerves on race day. I never felt in control of my mind and I would take myself out of the race before I even started because I was so focused on the outcome and not failing. I can’t say that now I am never worried about failing or worried about what the outcome of a race might be, but I can say that working with Coach Kroll has given me the tools to be more in control of what my mind dwells on before races. She has been a constant encourager and supporter to me and my struggle to become mentally tougher. I don’t know what kind of runner, or teammate I would be without her help!."