We will help athletes understand that long lasting change does not take place overnight. We will give them the tools, but they will be responsible for implementing them, over time, to create strong and lasting habits & character. We will assist them in understanding that these disciplines
are to be implemented in areas other than just sport (respecting the game, respecting the classroom, respecting their support system, respecting a positive contribution to life). A culture of dedicated student athletes who want to pursue big things on and off the field.
WHAT IS IMPACT?
Goal of assisting high school student athletes transition to being a college student athlete efficiently & effectively
Learn from respected and reliable professionals in the fields of Sports Psychology, Nutrition, Recovery, and Sports Performance
Five 30-minute presentations plus Q&A roundtable to follow with all presenters
Born of personal experience working with and communicating with professional athletes and former college athletes
IMAGES FROM 2017 IMPACT SUMMIT
Watch as the current Bench Coach for the Milwaukee Brewers and former Head Coach at Arizona State University & Notre Dame shares valuable information for all athletes on recruiting and other topics to help them in their progress toward becoming a college student athlete.
PEAK PERFORMANCE COORDINATOR
MS, MA, CC-AASP
Seattle Mariners Peak Performance Coordinator Derin McMains shares his insight into the athlete's Growth Mindset and how this valuable tool can help them continually grow as an athlete.
PT, MPT, CSCS, DN, Cert. ASTYM
Trent, Physical Therapist at the Fischer Institute in Phoenix, discusses his practical, easy to implement, and extremely beneficial thoughts on effective recovery for athletes.
Body Systems / BSL Nutrition
Ben is the Founder of Body Systems and BSL Nutrition. In this video, Ben shares simple and realistic nutritional information with athletes looking to step up their game pre-workout, in-game, and post-workout.
Chip, head Strength Coach and Performance Director at Fischer Institute, discusses his six athlete principles and their relevance for athletes looking to make an Impact from the start when they enter college.