Human performance measurement in the field of sport science is unique and well documented. Much of the high-tech measurement results that are the foundation of life science have been refined with elite athletes worldwide. Understanding the limits of the human body and how to maximize and conserve energy levels before, during, and after performance is the key to consistent results. The mind/body alignment process is the secret to entering the ZONE under pressure, on demand with consistent results.
Routines before, during and after performance must be coupled with oscillatory stress/recovery cycles that align specifically for each performance. This is best obtained with a performance coach to direct and hold accountable for a training duration. Using a performance coach can shorten the learning curve for healthy change, and secure the desired results that elite performers worldwide expect and deserve. Dr. Lyles is currently working with NASCAR's Richard Petty Motorsports Team, NHRA’s Snap-On sponsored Doug Herbert Racing, and Sports Car Rolex Series John Pew Racing.. This concept is true with adults and kids performance coaching protocols.
Terry Lyles Corporation (TLC) is a firm whose specialty is corporate human performance enhancement and SelfCare Awareness. We have researched and refined training protocols in the areas of stress utilization, fitness, nutrition/physiology and SelfCare. The information from these disciplines have been synthesized and cultivated, resulting in cutting edge, state-of-the-art corporate leadership training. Our SelfCare Good Stress program challenges, educates, and motivates both employers and their teams toward successful implementation of the corporate vision.
Stress must be utilized correctly or it will compromise performance affecting attitudes and health. The life storms that stress creates must be properly contained in order to ignite performance. Life toughness develops a tolerance to maneuver through the storms of life without becoming consumed. Employees act as teams to develop the necessary skills to turn Threats (Bad Stress) into Opportunities (Good Stress), and thereby obtain excellent results in less than optimal circumstances under pressure, upon demand.
Most companies want employees to embrace their corporate vision, in order to develop the corporate culture. Vision is often blurred by deadlines, budgets, quotas, production, and competition. These factors are impacted by goals, expectations, demands, inability to meet production, and diminished product quality. Vision is then tabled in favor of responding to immediate crises, which results in a sacrifice of quality. We've learned that if you don't have time to do it right the first time, you will have to make time to do it over.
Good Stress links corporate mission statement to its culture of wellness and productivity, by teaching team members to first be responsible for their own mental, emotional, spiritual and physical well being each day. This alignment of purpose affiliates personal goals with corporate objectives, resulting in a trained workforce poised and mobilized to perform under pressure, on demand with excellence as the result.
SelfCare Good Stress technology has been implemented in professional and amateur athletics, Fortune 100 and 500 companies, law enforcement, aviation training, fire rescue workers, and military special forces training. Executives and management teams alike rely upon this solid, scientifically measurable, time-tested and proven training, which produces improved communication skills, productivity, retention, and loyalty, through stress utilization.
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Sport Coaching has been around for a long time, producing measurable performance results in less time primarily because if you are in the game, you cannot see the game! A coach does not produce talent and skill, rather they improve that talent and skill to perform at the next level. The use of coaches and instructors for music, physical conditioning, and martial arts is nothing new, but have you ever considered a life coach to help you achieve personal, relational, and occupational success? If not, consider “Stress Coach” Dr. Terry Lyles who coaches’ executives, athletes, and aspiring performers to unearth talent and skill to redefine life pursuits and increase health, happiness and productivity.