GHP 024: How To Get Comfortable With Being Uncomfortable w/ 20 Year Special Forces Veteran John Lindsey from VectorBall

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Today's guest

John Lindsey

In this week’s episode I’m joined by the Veteran John Lindsey from Vector Ball

We chat about the biggest takeaway from the military that applies to high performance athletics and the similarities between working in special forces and high performance sports. We dive deep into his experience as a youth sports coach, coaching kids and his inspiration to create the famous Vector Ball and the belief behind the mission. And discuss the edge to Athletes on the playing field with cognitive speed and reaction.

Show Highlights

  • Biggest takeaway from the military that applies to high performance athletics.
  • The Reason for joining Special Forces.
  • Importance of Mental Performance on the Job.
  • Preparatory exercises for on field job. 
  • Similarities between work in special forces and high performance sports.
  • Experience on handling high stress missions while working in special forces.
  • Reason for walking away from special forces after 20 years.
  • Lessons to younger self.
  • Experience as a youth sports coach and coaching kids.
  • Lessons to young athletes to face challenges that lie ahead of them.
  • Inspiration to create the famous Vector Ball and the belief behind the mission.
  • Working of Vector Ball and aiding in enhanced performance.
  • Edge to Athletes on the playing field with cognitive speed and reaction.

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