College coaches stress the importance of developing a strong mental game. Yet most young athletes disregard mindset training and focus solely on developing physical skills. Why?
The reality is that most athletes don't have access to mindset coaches or effective training tools. And this is exactly why Ryzer Mindset was created - to provide affordable, easy-to-use tools for athletes and teams to gain a mental edge.
Based on a 2022 survey of 300+ College Coaches using Ryzer
Today's generation of athletes might be the most athletic and technically trained ever - but mentally, they are struggling and that causes them to underachieve athletically. Two independent trends among elite athletes illustrate this:
Mental Toughness scoring among NFL prospects is down 12% over the last decade.
Confidence scoring on the TAP is down 11% across athletes of all levels in the last 5 years.
The Troutwine Athletic Profile (the "TAP") is a 20-minute online assessment that scores an athlete on 13 traits tied to athletic success to establish an athlete's current mindset baseline.
Our system then runs comparative analytics to categorize the traits for development prioritization and planning.
Novice when compared to peers.
Competitive with peers.
Elite when compared to peers.
I just read my daughter's TAP report and found it spot on. The traits mentioned in each category are on point and described her to a T. Thanks for this test, it has opened our eyes to strengths and weaknesses.
- Phil RuhlChino Hills, CA
The TAP reports leverage Dr. Troutwine's treasure trove of experience when providing his thorough analysis and personalized suggestions to help athletes improve their athletic performance and well-being.
The TAP has been used by Elite teams for 40 years
Contributed to dozens of championships at Elite level
Average cost for a sports psychologist analysis
Dr. Robert Troutwine
Creator of Troutwine Athletic Profile (TAP)
Pro Sports Psychologist
Co-Founder of Ryzer Mindset
My daughter took the TAP and it was an eye opener for her. It helped her better understand her strengths and weaknesses and gave her a clear path to improve. She's already seen positive results from following the recommendations in the report, and she's excited to add mindset training to her regimen.
- Matt BaehrBradenton, FL
Most parents want the best for their children. It's natural for us to try to help them navigate the ups and downs of athletics. Even with the best of intentions, sometimes parents make things worse.
The custom TAP Report for Parent helps parents know just what to say and do in the most important topics and situations that arise in athletics.
This report guides the parent to help the athlete reach full potential but it can also help smooth out and improve the parent/child relationship.View Parent TAP
Athletes - Get started by taking the TAP for free!
Identify mindset trait strengths.
Discover areas for improvement!
Start the journey to becoming a better athlete.
Did you know?
The TAP was taken by Patrick Mahomes, Justin Herbert, Aaron Judge & Mike Trout as teenagers!
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Insight for parents/mentors to best support, guide, and develop the athlete.
Details the unique mental make-up of the athlete.
Scientifically validated trait scoring to uncover strengths and weaknesses.
Customized advice to maximize motivation, practice habits, and performance.
Includes tailored reports for both the parent/mentor and the athlete.
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Engaging video courses to help athletes thrive!
Real strategies athletes can use to become confident and resilient.
Courses designed to grow motivation, mental toughness, focus speed, and composure.
Includes worksheets and other takeaways to form long-lasting performance habits.
Elite Mindset Training is ideal for athletes ages 12+
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The TAP is a proprietary survey that measures the traits recognized to impact athletic performance. The TAP does not measure one's clinical/medical personality, cannot make a psychological nor medical diagnosis, and is not governed by the health insurance portability and accountability act (HIPAA).