Dr. Bhrett McCabe – The 21st century athlete, how coaching is changing, and the similarities between elite athletes and grandmothers
Listen on any of the following:
Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Overcast | Stitcher | Youtube | Download as an MP3
If we're learning, we're winning because that's growing our expertise."
Dr. Bhrett McCabe (T: @DrBhrettMcCabe, IG: @drbhrettmccabe, FB: @drbhrettmccabe) is a clinical & sports psychologist and founder of ‘The Mindside’. Additionally, he is the Sports & Performance Psychologist for the University of Alabama Athletic Department and one of the most sought-after high-performance psychologists in the country. He’s helped countless numbers of athletes, coaches, entrepreneurs and business executives become better at what they do. Whether you’re tired of not achieving the success you dream about or just looking to better yourself (or your game) Dr. Bhrett is someone you want to listen to.
In addition to working with a stable full of PGA Tour professionals, he is also a motivational speaker, author, and advisor. He has published a number of articles and books; ‘The Mindside Manifesto’, ‘The Game Plan’, and ‘Elite Performance Journal’. He’s also in the process of writing another book; ‘Suckville’ and creating a ‘Catalyst LIVE’ for webinars and interactive discussions that is sure to be amazing. He has also appeared on ‘The Golf Channel’ numerous times to provide insight for golfers on how to improve the way they think.
If you would like to reach out to Dr. Brett to learn more about what he does you can do so via his website: www.themindside.com, and be sure to listen to his podcast; ‘The Secrets to Winning’
This podcast is brought to you in part by Old South Golf Links. A short ride across the bridge from Hilton Head Island is one of the areas finest golf courses, and a hidden treasure. Set up on towering pines and ancient oaks with sweeping marsh vistas truly makes Old South Golf Links a one-of-a-kind golfing experience. The Clyde Johnston design was named one of the Top 10 New Public Courses when it opened, it also takes full advantage of the natural beauty of the Low Country. Old South is also a fun and unique challenge for golfers of every level and a favorite of both locals and visitors. The finishing stretch has some of the most scenic and toughest holes in the area. The par four 16th is classic target golf with fairway placement off the tee crucial to success. Tidal marshland’s the length of #17 and prevailing winds determine club selection and scoring. Whether its your first time here or you’re a regular you will be treated and feel like family. From the bag drop to check-in at the fully stocked pro shop with both men’s and women’s apparel to breakfast or lunch before or after your round the staff is ready to help you. Experience for yourself why Old South is one of the premiere golf courses in the Hilton Head area and why it will quickly become a favorite of yours too. Visit them in person or online at www.oldsouthgolf.com or call the pro shop at 843-785-5353.
This podcast is brought to you in part by Just Thrive Probiotic. You maybe surprised to learn that your digestive system is the key to creating and maintaining the quality of your physical, mental and emotional health - it's one of the body's most essential systems. That's why the majority of nutritionists today highly recommend probiotics as an indispensable nutritional supplement. As a discriminating consumer, you've probably been searching for a probiotic that is proven, potent and effective. You've found it! Just Thrive is your best choice for maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Just Thrive probiotic captures the power of hundreds of thousands of years of nature's design with a specialized Bacillus strain formulation that guarantees survivability through the stomach and upper digestive system, supports optimal gut health, digestive health, immune health and delivers antioxidants. great for adults, kids...the whole family. Use promo code: golf360 at justthrivehealth.com for 15% off your order.
Any questions, feedback or insight from this episode? What did you learn most and what did you like best? What should be added for future episodes? Please post your answer in the 'Comments' below: