adj. mind·ful | \ ˈmīn(d)-fəl \
Focusing one’s awareness on the present moment.
The action or process of carrying out or accomplishing an action, task, or function.
Jeremy Walton is a mindful performance coach dedicated to efficiently elevating the daily performance of athletes, parents, and professionals. He grew up a multi-sport athlete and became a personal trainer in 2001 and began practicing yoga. Since then he’s developed a mindful approach and understanding of human biomechanics, meditation, sports psychology, and professional performance. An ISSA Certified Personal Trainer, 200 hour registered yoga teacher, Meditation Facilitator, and USA Track and Field Level 1 Run Coach, he’s a dedicated student of human performance. His clients have been as young as 15 years old and well over 90 years old. Post rehab, pre/post natal, chemo patients, teachers, students, personal trainers, fitness instructors he’s worked with 100s of clients from all walks of life to provide each individual with a higher level of daily performance.
I wanted to live a better life. The only way to do that is to live better daily.