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Jared Cohen is a mental/physical fitness performance coach. He believes that each client is the master of their own fate. He is driven to guide people to become better learners so that they can develop their own talent and discover their potential. As a coach, Jared strives to be the catalyst for those “aha” moments that go beyond the gym. Specifically, he is passionate and curious about the learning process that supports skill transferability in all aspects of life. Jared’s journey into coaching fitness began in 2010 when he discovered CrossFit as a means to deal with some health problems. Since then, he has been incredibly active in the intersecting worlds of health, wellness, fitness, and performance psychology coaching: having completed his CrossFit L1, several CrossFit specialty workshops, SEALFIT/Kokoro camp, Jill Miller’s Yoga Tune Up trainings, FRC, Catalyst Athletics Olympic Weightlifting, RKC, MovNat, and XPT. Jared provides mental skills, strength and conditioning, and mobility coaching. He has his M.A. in Sport Psychology from John F. Kennedy University, and he is currently finishing up his MBA from John F. Kennedy University as well. He is also a certified Athlete Assessments consultant, which uses the DISC behavioral profiling assessment to help athletes, coaches, and sport managers develop more self-awareness of their behavioral preferences. Jared coaches at Oak Park Los Angeles (home of CrossFit Los Angeles and The Body of Knowledge podcast). He can also be found at his personal website cpbgrowth.com or at behindthepodiumpodcast.com of which he is the co-founder/co-host.

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Performance Psychology 2.0 (Part 1): Beginning Your Mindset Overhaul with Self-Awareness

By Jared Cohen | Wed, Mar 6

In the world of sports performance, when advancing the art of coaching, it’s all too tempting to become mired in the minutiae of physical training. After all, the most evident outcomes for our athletes are those that we can observe with the naked eye, and many of the results our athletes seek are tied to how they express their physicality. This means that, too often, training the cognitive, emotional, and behavioral aspects of one’s psychology gets shortchanged.

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