Athletes, why do we move our bodies? Why did we compete for most of our lives? I've realized that sport and movement is so much more than just doing a set of push ups or going for a run. It's about the mindset and intangibles that come with it. Sports are fun to play not because we work hard while doing them, but because of the community, structure, and accountability they provide us with. I'm a believer that this doesn't have to be limited to just your playing days, your Athletic Mindset can shine and serve you still in life post sports. I'm here to show you how.
Group Performance Coaching For Former Athletes
When our athletic career comes to an end, it can be hard. More Than Movement was created to help you make that transition into being successful in life post sports. Through the accountability of group calls, the structure of guided activities and workouts, and the power of community that comes from being in a strong cultured team. When looking to change, overwhelm often comes up. More than Movement helps eliminate those feelings by providing you with the exact steps you need to take and when to take them. Together, we will go far!
As athletes, we are used to having a coach. Great coaches help us get past our self limiting beliefs. Think of how many times we find ourselves knowing what to do, but not acting on it. One on One Performance coaching focuses in on what it is exactly you need to do to reach that next life. We take a holistic approach and level up all areas of your life. This ensures we get you the results you are looking for, from fitness to career and beyond.
"Cory always shows up with a positive and encouraging vibe. He has helped me shift my perception of working out and I've found myself doing things I never dreamed of doing! Thank you Cory!"
"When it comes to working out and improving one's overall life, Cory is the go to coach! He offers a unique perspective and strategies that give you the results you're looking for and more!"
I grew up a swimmer, for 18 years of my life, that's all I really knew. Upon graduating and my sports career ending, I realized I wasn't prepared for this whole "real life" thing. A year went by and I found myself lost, 40 pounds heavier than I graduated. That was the turning point for me and the moment I had to get my S*%^ together. I've spent every moment since turning my life around and reintroducing purpose and intention to it. Through fitness, lifestyle choices, and more, I've figured out a system that works to optimize life. Now I'm passionate about helping other former athletes find their optimal plan. We tap back into the Athletic Mindset and how it can best serve us now, in the "real world."Share Your Story with Me