Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Victoria, BC High Performance Clinic - Oct. 20, 2012!

Jessica Zelinka's Sport Strategist Comes to Victoria, BC to Conduct High Performance Clinic!

Bob Palmer, SportExcel's High Performance Strategist for Canada's Jessica Zelinka, is bringing his revolutionary sports high performance clinic for athletes and coaches to Victoria, BC in partnership with Mercury Rising Triathlon.

PRLog (Press Release) - Oct 02, 2012-
The highly acclaimed SportExcel Six-Step System is the staple of athletes in many sports, from track and field to hockey, Ironman to snowboarding.  The successes include Jessica Zelinka's Canadian Championship record in heptathlon, a gold medal in skeet shooting in London, a silver medal in Vancouver in snowboarding and a pro contract in hockey this summer -- as well as victories in dozens of other international, national and master-athlete events.

"My work with Bob provided tools to face any feat, small or large, with a clear mind and a confidence that allowewd me to perform freely and in the moment," says Zelinka.  "As an athlete there's nothing comparable to performing in the moment."

Sara Gross, Ironman Competitor (photo by David McColm)
The SportExcel Clinic -- Be the 1% of Champions:  Six Steps to Winning -- will be held at the Arbutus Room at Commonwealth Pool, 4636 Elk Lake Drive in Victoria, BC from 9:00am - 4:00pm on October 20, 2012.   The cost for the full-day clinic is $275.00 + HST per person with lunch and snacks included.  It is open to athletes and coaches in all sports and at all sporting levels.

"At present, there is limited help for athletes like Zelinka in the mental game," says Palmer who is a 4th degree black belt in karate and a professional high performance strategist and educator.  "Most experts get athletes thinking way too much, or they insist on having them talk about personal issues and problems.  For athletes, this is simply perceived as not cool."  Palmer's System, one he originally developed to help him win in the martial arts, doesn't involve any sharing or personal issues.  Instead, it provides easy-to-use tools that even his young surfers are stoked to use.  (Bob has two surfers on the world tour.)

"In the clinic, attendees learn to resolve virtually any problem, without having to share emotions or issues," says Palmer.  "They become the expert with a huge ability to resolve distractions, resolve intimidation and to learn new skills quickly."  "And," he adds, "Since they usually come to me to win, they learn that as well."

Victoria resident, triathlete coach and Ironman, Sara Gross, has been working with Bob for two years.  She says, "The revolutionary aspect of Bob's program is that it helps you change your mind and your physiology.  It uses the Zone as the central focus of your everyday activities."

"And that Zone," says Palmer, "is the starting point for winning."

Seating is limited.  To find out more information or to reserve your space call SportExcel toll-free at (877)967-5747 or contact us via email at:


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