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Parenting Peak Performers Podcast

Oct 16, 2018

Just like a washing machine has different cycles, our sleep has different cycles, our brain, and our body, and we cycle between these stages of REM sleep and non-REM sleep and different cycles have different functions. - Dr. Jose Colon

Welcome to Parenting Peak Performers season three! Now that we’ve heard from sports...

Oct 3, 2018

This week’s guest is an excellent example of peak performance, as an athlete, and as a collegiate coach!


Joey is the head softball coach at Bucknell University, and has been a member of the Canadian national softball team since 2010. During her collegiate career she was a 4-year letter winner at Williams College in...

Sep 25, 2018

There was never a pressure for me to be successful as long as I put all of my effort in, there was never this reward for being so great, it was all about how you showed up and how you committed and how hard you worked. - Cailin Weidenmiller

Cailin is a former collegiate swimmer and mother of three. She began swimming...

Sep 18, 2018

There is no such thing as perfect, we are created to make errors, so I think once we accept that reality it’s so freeing. - Dr. Julie Wiernik


Licensed Clinical Sport and Performance Psychologist Dr. Julie Wiernik comes on this week to discuss the mental game of being a top performer and her own journey with...

Sep 11, 2018

I’m going to be able to build a family and give that to my children, be a role model as they were to me. - Sofia Perez

Sofia is a spectacular tennis player, and a rising Junior at Division I Florida Gulf Coast University.  She began playing tennis at the age of 10 with her father, who became her full-time coach the...