Here are the 5 key points to take away when trying to reduce the risk of burnout in Eagle athletes: 1.) When talking to the Eagle, make sure you get to the core issues that are bothering them. 2.) Don’t speak ill of coaches or teammates of the Eagle in front of them, they will feel the need to pick sides, creating more stress. 3.) Remind the Eagle that they can only control what they can control, what others do is up to them. 4.) Make sure the Eagle isn’t working themselves too hard. Help them relax. 5.) Praise the Eagle when they do something positive!
Peyton Manning is known for being perceptive and intelligent behind center. Whether he was taking snaps for the Indianapolis Colts or the Denver Broncos, Manning was always the most prepared player on the field.
This affinity for preparation and hard-work relates to Manning’s mindset as an Eagle […]
Mike Trout is one of the most exciting young players in baseball. An all-star in all six of his full seasons in the MLB, he burst onto the scene as the future face of the MLB.
The two-time MVP is an Eagle […]
Cat Osterman is one of the most legendary softball players in United States history. As a two-time Olympic gold medalist in 2004 (Athens) and 2008 (Beijing), and one of the most decorated college athletes of all time, Osterman was the epitome of dominance in her sport. […]
Many people stateside may not know who Cecil Afrika is, but internationally– especially in the world of rugby, he is a superstar.
One thing that separates Afrika from the rest of his peers is his Eagle athlete mindset. An extremely hard worker, Afrika has had to battle back from severe injuries at multiple points during […]