Joe has worked extensively with athletes on the professional, collegiate, and high school levels for 20 years. He is a specialist in sport and peak performance psychology who guides clients via specialized zone exercises to create and maintain maximum performance. He emphasizes the unique strengths of each individual while magnifying their personal history of success and their future memories of success.
ZONEfulness is the integration of mindfulness meditation, peak performance zone exercises, and positive psychology. ZONEfulness is a deceptively, profoundly simple guide designed for athletes to generate and maintain peak performance by accessing the zone that lives inside of each individual.
Joe maintains that the most extraordinarily common obstacle preventing athletes from accessing and consistently experiencing their best performance is self-criticism and doubt. Ironically, the most self-defeating athletes are typically the most supportive of their teammates. Thus practicing self-support becomes every bit as crucial as physical training. The competitive advantage will routinely go to the zoned in, self-supportive athlete.
In June of 2015 Joe was named the peak performance/mental strength training coach for the University of Pennsylvania men’s basketball team. After a successful first season with the basketball program, Joe was offered and accepted the same position with three more Penn programs. These include women’s basketball, women’s lacrosse, and baseball.