The Leading Edge


A collection of writings for the modern sports leader. The book is broken into three sections: Elite Coaching, Competitive Considerations, and Overtime. Each reflection is a quick read that ought to lead to longer moments of consider that will lead to refined coaching practices.

Mind Your Golf


Mind Your Golf: Reflections from the Mental Game Pros is a collection of writings by Dr. Adam Naylor and Mental Coach Matt Cuccaro. Together they have a combined 45 years of experience assisting recreational through professional golfers achieve their goals. The book is split into five purposeful sections which creates a path to optimize the development of a fundamentally sound mental game.

A Quick 9 For the Mind


A collection of writings focused on helping golfers of all levels find mental consistency, mental toughness, and more enjoyment on the course.  Reflections on wisdom from tour professionals, swing coaches, sport psychology consultants, and everyday golfers.

The Sport Parent's Playbook


The purpose of The Sport Parent’s Playbook is to provide some support for the good ideas that sport parents have and some reflections to minimize the bad ones. These articles put some thought to the societal dilemmas of parental pushing, abusive coaching, and rewarding the young athlete. It is the hope that these pages will serve as a guide to parents and a discussion starter for sports communities. 

Mind Your Golf: Buliding the Base


This workbook is designed to lay a foundation for a mental game that leads to consistent play and quality practices.  In essence it contains four core concepts: challenge is good, fill the mind's eye, manage your body, and create a mindful pre-shot routine. These four concepts will lay the base off of which genuine mental toughness will arise. 

The Baseball Starter


With an emphasis on instilling a love for the game, this handbook instructs parents and coaches on teaching the basics of baseball to young players. More than 80 photos demonstrate the proper techniques for hitting, fielding, and pitching, and appendices of games and drills reinforce the lessons in ways that youths will enjoy. Taking into account the differing needs of players by age, the authors provide separate discussions for young children and adolescents.