Ready To Play 
 Healthy Mindset
Athletes & Parents

Cheryl Buckley

– MBA, MS, RDN, LDN, CDN –

LICENSED REGISTERED DIETITIAN NUTRITIONIST

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Ready to Play

Todays sports culture produces challenges that young athletes must face, unlike any generation before them.

In an instant-results culture, and being under the microscope that athletes at all levels find themselves under, the mental and emotional, not to mention the physical pressure is enormous. It makes success at times seem almost beyond the reach of a typical athlete.

However, there is hope and a way to overcome this adversity!

How? The Hartman.Academy 

Mike Hartman, former professional hockey player who has been part of championship teams at all levels of the sport, knows what it takes to be a champion. Mike started The Hartman.Academy to guide young athletes on what it takes in all aspects of mental and physical preparation to achieve success. 

Some of the greatest coaches in professional hockey history have trained Mike, and have helped shape the leader he has become. Mike's mission for over 17 years, and now through the Hartman.Academy, has been to pay it forward by training athletes, coaches and parents with all the knowledge he has gained in his career.

The Steps To A Healthy Mindset

Step 1 The Athlete Will Take Ready To Play Index Assessment

Step 2 Mike Hartman Will Debrief Your Results Via Audio MP3

Step 3 Athlete & Parent (s) Will Take The eLearning Program

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Our 12-Chapter, interactive, online curriculum that explains basic physiology  and the important balance between nutrition and physical activity in lay terms.  The program will help students gain knowledge, healthy habits, increase awareness and have online mentorship.

100% Automated

Awareness

Motivation

Competitive Fire

Confidence

Discipline

Mental Toughness

Focus

Accountability

Mindset

Coachablility

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In order to advance to the next chapter, the student must achieve a score of 80% or higher. 

Certificate upon completion.

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