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Quantum Performance

Mental Training for Sports and Life | We Help You "Get In the Zone"

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    Quantum Performance is a high performance coaching firm, specializing in mental training of athletes, both youth and elite-level alike.

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    Kate Allgood M.Sc

    • Formerly recognized as one of Canada's top female athletes
    • Uniquely qualified within the field of sport and performance psychology
    • Has spent over 6 years formally studying psychology collecting 3 degrees
    • Specializes in the ability to predict athletic performance under pressure
    • 10 month intensive internship studying neuromuscular rehabilitation and the impact stress has on the body
    • Certified in Sports Hypnosis and TAIS psychological assessment

    The unique combination of personal experience as a top athlete, the ups and downs that go along with being the best, and education puts Kate at the forefront of helping athletes maximize their potential, overcome obstacles, and develop themselves as more than just an athlete.

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    Who We Serve

    Youth, High School, College, Professional and Olympic athletes, Yoga goers, weekend warriors, dance companies, cheerleading gyms, high performance training facilities.

    How We Help

    Increase confidence, performance anxiety, life skills, life after sports, recovery from injuries, maximizing potential, controlling emotions, focus, adaptability, performance routines, cognitive sports training, imagery.

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Kate helped me improve my mental game well above where it was. She helped me to believe in myself, and in wrestling that is half the battle. I was able to win many matches that I wouldn’t have just because I stayed calm and was confident. I would recommend her to any athlete wanting to improve and be the best.High school Wrestler
I was struggling with my golf game, not only physically but mentally as well.  I decided to go see Kate about six months ago to see if she could help with the state of mind I was in with my game.  After the first time I saw her I felt extremely relaxed and I even felt happier.  She helped me clear out the negative and distracting thoughts and helped me replace them with positive reinforcing thoughts.  Kate has clearly helped me elevate my game to a new level, and I have never felt this mentally strong on a golf course before.Reid D (High School Golfer)
I have worked with Kate on several races now, and intend to continue working with her for sports performance as well as personal growth enhancement. The power of the mind is incredible, and to have found a talented practitioner, who knows how to help people tap into their own inner power and strength beyond conscious effort, is golden.”Wendee P (Triathlete)


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What Lies Beneath your sports performance

What Lies Beneath your sports performance

What lies beneath your sports performance means where do you place your focus when it comes to your performance? As the diagram below shows, there are two types of performance. External, what everyone sees and internal, what very few or no one sees. Too often we focus on the external performance, rather than working on and placing focus on the internal performance. Just like an iceberg internal performance creates most of the overall performance, however, it is beneath the surface. It is what is going on far from the performance others will see. The problem is that we often reverse the two. We think the external performance is as big as what is shown as the internal performance and the internal performance is as much as what is shown as the external performance. So when it asks what lies beneath your sports performance, I want you to look at what you are doing to build and strengthen your overall performance but putting more focus on the bigger part. Do...

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Mental sports fatigue

Mental sports fatigue

Mental sports fatigue can be short lived or be the signs of burnout. It is often talked about how powerful the mind is, and no more so then when it comes to the love of a sport or the mental fatigue an athlete may feel. Ryan Lochte finished up his Olympics not competing to his usual standards. Afterwards he was interviewed and talked about how he had been mentally fatigued for the last year, but kept putting in the work to make the Olympic team. He will be the first to talk about how difficult it was to train without the love and passion he has had in the past for swimming. The amount of work an Olympic athlete has to put in is immense, and one of the reasons they can get through the work required is because their love and passion out weights the discomfort they are putting themselves through. You remove the love and passion and the work becomes unbearable.  I personally have felt burnout and...

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Myths about being the best athlete

Myths about being the best athlete

Myths about being the best athlete is to look at a few things that many people believe need to exist to reach a high level of performance. To do this I am going to take the example of one of the best athletes today, Usain Bolt. You can not argue with what he has done and will probably accomplish during Rio. There was an article written on him a few weeks ago in Sports Illustrated, and it reminded me that many of my younger athletes get caught up too much on factors that ultimately don’t play as large a role in how far you will go with a sport as they may think. Myth #1: You have to be technically sound to reach a high level. In the article on Bolt it talks about how he is not classically efficient. He holds his chest too high, and his shoulders rise and fall. Yet he is the best sprinter for the 100 and 200 meters. I’m not saying technique is...

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