Athlete Committed Conference

Athlete Committed will be hosting a conference June 12th through the 13th at Richardson Springs! Throughout the two days coaches and athletes will learn how to optimize athletic performance, health, and wellness. There will be fun and informative workshops on nutrition, sleep, character, stress, chemical health, and much more. Athletes will get a chance to hear from various keynotes and talk to a panel of athletes as well as challenge themselves on a high ropes course experience. Form more information about this conference or if you are interested in participating, check out the registration form below.

Download the Athlete Committed Conference Registration HERE

Ready to Lead

The Athlete Committed Program is designed to optimize athletic performance, health, and wellness by educating coaches and athletes on the impact of nutrition, sleep, character, stress, and chemical health. Athlete Committed has been adapted from the Life of an Athlete Program developed by John Underwood. Life of an Athlete has been utilized in 39 states, and more than 600 NCAA institutions, the United States Olympic Committee, and Sport Canada.

Honor and Integrity

This campaign urges athletes to renew their commitment to excellence. This is a commitment of personal responsibility. This conference will reinforce the importance of wellness-both physical and emotional.

Never Quit

This conference teaches participants to become an outstanding coach, athlete, teammate, and peer during large and small group sessions. They learn how one person cam make a difference and how a focused, committed team can win-on and off the field.

The Athlete Committed Conference features:

Athlete Committed Program Implementation

Preventing Bullying, Harassment, Cyberbullying, and Creating an Inclusive Community

Ready to Lead-Willing to Follow: Athlete Code and Team Creed

Capture the Flag and Pool Party

Coach’s Playbook, Sleep Manual, Power Back Diet-Nutrition Manual

Optimal Practice and Training Techniques

Code Night Presentation “Training of Trainers”

High Ropes Course Experience

Reducing Mental Health Stigma and Promoting Mental Health Wellness on Teams, in Schools, and in Communities

Creating Balance-Reducing Stress

Bringing the Athlete Committed Code to Life

Impact of Stress-Creating Mental Wellness

Team Dynamics Through Competition and Strategy

Providing Support to Teammates-How to recognize that they need help

Watch the 2015 Athlete Committed Conference Video Here:

In addition, every school will receive a flash drive with Athlete Committed training materials