Founder of MindLock Mental Training, my work with athletes involves taking a psychological and behavioural approach to winning at high levels. As the former captain of the Canadian National Taekwondo team, holding a world-rank in the top 40, I’ve been fortunate to experience athletics at its peak as both a competitor and as a mental coach.
Today, MindLock has become an authority in mental training for high-performance athletes across the globe. With clients spanning over sixty cities and ten countries, we’ve provided hundreds of athletes in some of the largest sporting organizations with the tools they need to consistently perform at their best.
With globally accessible programs that target both amateur and professional competitors, MindLock helps performers lock-in during their biggest and most memorable moments.
April 5th, 2023 | 35 mins 16 secs
business, competitiveedge, emotionalintelligence, mentaltoughness, mentaltraining, mindset, personaldevelopment, productivity, selfawareness, tech
In this episode, we delve deep into the transformative power of mental training with Dylan , a seasoned expert in mental toughness training for the business and tech world. We explore the significant role of journaling, self-awareness, and understanding emotions in personal growth and productivity. Dylan breaks down the misconception that mental training is only for those struggling with issues; he emphasizes that even individuals with a high baseline of mental toughness can benefit immensely from structured mental training.
We discuss how mental training can be likened to physical training, requiring regular practice and consistent commitment for optimal results. Dylan also highlights the competitive edge that mental training can provide, making it a valuable tool for anyone looking to continually improve, irrespective of their current skill level.
If you're interested in personal development, mental toughness, or seeking ways to optimize your productivity and self-understanding, this episode is packed with valuable insights and practical advice.
December 13th, 2022 | 33 mins 2 secs
mindset, success, taekwondo
Dylan Adler is the founder of Mind Lock, a company that focuses on mental training for athletes. He discussed his background in taekwondo and psychology, how he started his company, and some of his experiences growing up as an athletic and competitive child. He also shared his advice on how to improve performance in sports or business by documenting progress, setting goals, and being persistent while also knowing when to move on. He emphasized the importance of organizing and structuring work early on to avoid bad habits and ensure that a system is in place when it is needed.