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The Book Will Help You
- Improve your mental toughness for WODs and hard situations in life
- Push through pain, discomfort and fatigue in workouts
- Become extremely confident in the face of challenge
- Identify strategies to get the most out of your training
- Stay incredibly motivated to reach your goals
- Gain an edge on your competition
- Build the strongest mind you’ve ever had
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It’s Like Nothing Else You’ve Ever Read!
I’ve helped a plethora of amazing CrossFit Athletes achieve their goals (testimonials HERE), and I want to help you take your training to the next level. Grab your copy of this eBook today for only $17!
This is something I recommend for every single athlete.
If you’re a beginner, you’ll learn exactly what you can do to get through tough workouts.
If you’re an experienced or competitive athlete, then you’ll find out where your mental gaps are so that you can be unbreakable when it matters the most.
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Author: Dawn Fletcher (CSCS, CrossFit Level 3 Coach, MA Kinesiology w/ Specialization in Sport Psychology)
I wrote the Build Mental Strength eBook to help you get the results you want in your training. I know you want to have mental toughness so that you can reach your goals and perform your best. I’ve sifted through all of the research and information to give you the MOST important tips. I have studied every aspect of fitness and psychology, and have coached thousands of clients (testimonials HERE). My goal is to help you become resilient and dedicated.
This book will help you push through challenges and come out on top. It will help you dig deeper to get more out of your abilities.
When your mind is working for you, anything is possible.
“I just finished your book and I loved it!! I plan on starting the mental strength challenge the week after the open. I’ve already used some of the tips in wods especially 16.4. This will definitely become a reference book for crossfit and life going forward. Thanks for ditching the psychobabble and putting out a book that you don’t need a Ph.D. To decipher.” – John L.
“I loved your book. I literally read it as fast as I could yesterday. I love how simple, direct, and relative the info is specifically to crossfit. I love how you give examples of things to do (journal, challenge workouts, etc) to help us.
I think you are awesome and the work you are doing is so very needed! We spend so much time focusing on physically getting ready for a comp, but not as much time mentally getting there.” – Rene
- Top 10 Ways To Reduce Stress & Improve Your Mindset
- Top 20 Ways To Push Through a WOD When It Really Gets Tough
- Drills To Help You Quickly Overcome Setbacks
- Drills To Help You Assess Your Own Mental Strength
Includes 2 FREE Bonus Features
1. The Strong Mind Challenge
28 diverse, powerful challenges worth 1-3 points each
Accumulate as many points as possible in 1 month
See what level of mental strength you can achieve
- 15-30 points – Level 1
- 31-45 points – Level 2
- 46-60 points – Level 3
- 61-75 points – Level 4
- 76-90 points – Level 5
- 91+ – Top Tier Strong Mind
2. Mentality WOD’s Top 20 Workouts To Improve Your Mental Strength
I’d like to think I have a good amount of mental strength already (training for and running a marathon is no easy task!), but this book is helping me identify some of the negative thoughts that come up often for me and providing tips for overcoming them to become stronger and more resilient. I started the challenge on Monday and have already noticed a difference in my mental approach to workouts! – Kim
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“When I read The Build Mental Strength eBook and started practicing your exercising every day in my CrossFit classes, I noticed a lot about myself and how I handle challenges and wins. In fact, I’ve been practicing “mind over matter” so much that people have been coming up to me and asking how I keep so calm and collected and have a good attitude all the time. We just got back from the Dakota Games in Fargo and I experienced a lot of discouraging things that were out of my hands (i.e. bad judges, specific lanes that were at a disadvantage, not being placed in a competitive heat, etc.), but I stayed focused on the things I could control and I ended up taking 5th overall at the com!
Thank you so much for providing this resource” – Stesha G.