Curl PEI’s Performance Committee is excited to announce two upcoming workshops with Mental Performance Specialist – National Team Program (Curling Canada), Adam Kingsbury.
Adam Kingsbury is a clinical psychology resident at the University of Ottawa. Adam presently consults for Curling Canada, Golf Canada, and has previous experience consulting for a number of national sporting organizations in Canada. His doctoral research has focused on how social evaluation influences the golf putting stroke under pressure. Adam is also the co-founder of Marble Labs Inc. – a sport consulting firm focusing on performance under pressure, and curriculum development for high-performance adolescents. Adam played collegiate golf for 11 seasons, before realizing that he enjoyed helping others with their golf game significantly more than working on is own. Adam has taken up curling as his next passion pursuit, and plays 3 times a week as a Lead who sweeps hard, earns a lot of post-round beverages, and is always smiling – even when flashing guard attempts.
You may also know Adam for coaching the Rachel Homan team when they won the World Women’s Championship in March.
We are very excited to have Adam come to PEI and share his knowledge and expertise with local coaches and curlers.
The first workshop will be for coaches and will be an introduction to Trainwave, a series of user friendly mental training workbooks for developing athletes. The program is designed to develop better people and better performers in line with Canada’s Long-Term Athlete Development (LTAD) model.
Date: July 29
Cost: $50 (registration will include a copy of the Trainwave workbook)
The second workshop will be designed for curlers to attend as individuals or as a team with or without their coach. The Curl PEI Performance Committee and Adam will work together to determine the topics for the day however they will be related to preparing to compete.
Date: July 30
Cost: $25/athlete or $100/team
Minimum numbers will be required for Curl PEI to host these workshops.
Please let Amy Duncan know, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (902) 368-4208 if you are interested in attending either of these workshops and/or receiving more information as it becomes available.