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Sport Psychology Training for Athletes



Proactive Sport Psychology Training


Sport Psychology is the practice of training the mind to enhance sport performance.   


At Lifesparq, we take a more proactive approach, by mentoring athletes to create high-performance routines, utilizing sport psychology strategies, to connect mind and body to help you reach your goals faster and ultimately set and reach higher level goals.

Who Benefits from Lifesparq Training?



Sports Teams


Small Business Owners

Action & Adventure Enthusiasts

Artists & Performers

Military & Service Professionals

And the list goes on...

How We Train You

To Unlock Your Full Potential

Utilizing the latest scientific knowledge in human high-performance,
we coach you to create a high-performance routine,
enabling you to take control of your mental health, emotional health and
ability to achieve more throughout your life.

Our training is highly personalized to you,
focused on your goals, your purpose and your personality.

Raise Your Game!

Purpose Strategizing

Training Plan

Course Adjustments

Target Creation

Weekly Coaching

Goal Acquisition

"I've been working with Eric for two-years. Not only have I swam my age-group best times, but life-time best times...and even broke a World Record!"

Eve M. (Masters Swimmer - Age 43)

Private Coaching

Coaching Program

Our fully personalized programs train you in the latest scientific performance psychology techniques, all easily incorporated into your chosen sport or activity, to teach you how to reach higher level goals than you've ever achieved before.

Some of the training included in your program:

  • Flow State 

  • Breath Control

  • Sport Psychology 

  • Active & Passive Recovery

  • Peak & Optimal Performance

  • Full Integration Training into your sport

  • Life Skills enhancement

Must be 18 yrs. of age to schedule a call. If under 18 yrs. of age, parent must be present for assessment.

"Lifesparq has done miracles in helping my kids to develop skills to combat the daily stresses of athletics, academics and life."

Bonnie A. (Happy mom)

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