Krush Performance: Athlete Transitions & What To Watch In The NFL

KP - PHOTO FOR RI SHOWThis is by far our favorite time of year with so much going on in the world of Top Performance. College and High School are back in action, MLB post season races, rumblings from the NHL and NBA, the NFL kicked off the 2018-19 season.

This week, we look at what teams and players to watch and what can we learn from the top performing teams and we ask the Con Man, “Why the Chargers???”

As athletes make their way through and move up the ranks of the sporting system, we look at what some of the biggest challenges athletes face are as they transition from one level of sport to the next.

We talk with mental performance consultant and the 2017 Canadian Sport Psychology Association: Young Professional of the Year, Joshua Hoetmer, about stress and coping strategies athletes, parents and coaches can use to help athlete transition go smoother.

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