You are a tactical athlete; you’ve made it through rigorous training, exercises and deployments. You’ve experienced extreme levels of stress before but this time it’s starting to impact your performance at work. You have had difficulty concentrating on the task at hand and it’s taking longer to get things done. You’ve even noticed your performance at the gym has taken a hit, and you’ve had to skip a day here and there. Fitness is such an important part of your daily routine and the extra days off have left you feeling more sluggish and stressed.
It is time to transition out of the military, with that comes mixed emotions. For some, the day could not come fast enough, and a solid plan is in place. For others, the day came faster than expected and there is uncertainty about what will come next. You find yourself
experiencing apprehension or are overwhelmed with the transitioning process.
Whether you just moved for the umpteenth time or you just got married, you find yourself feeling a little overwhelmed with being a military spouse. You know you’d be feeling better if you could just get a routine going. Usually you are able to get things done but lately you find yourself procrastinating with certain tasks. The nagging voice in the back of your head keeps mentioning things like balance and self-care. There are so many things you want to do.
Sound familiar? Any of this sound familiar? Coaching can help you identify goals and get through your mental blocks to strengthening you mentally, emotionally and physically. I’ll teach you the skills to increase focus and confidence, decrease stress, prevent injury and build resiliency so you can perform at your best- whether you’re training, in combat, recovering from an injury, transitioning out of the military or managing life at work and home.