our approach

Addressing mental barriers to unlock elevated consistency in performance.

It’s not whether you get knocked down; It’s whether you get up. 

– Vince Lombardi

Correct My Play believes all youth athletes have something to gain from playing sports throughout high school. Most athletes ask themselves the following question: How can I become a top player? Is it more talent? More practice? Better coaching? Correct My Play is here to tell you it all begins and ends with the athlete. Their success is completely up to them!

TOP PERFORMANCE through mental breakthrough

This site is devoted to and developed for middle school, high school and college athletes and their parents, coaches, teachers, and influencers. Correct My Play is a resource that focuses on the mental side of the game and the player intangibles such as attitude, effort, character, respect, ownership, trust, leadership, and responsibility, to name a few.

College coaches across the country are clear on this subject. There is no shortage of talented kids today. It is character that is missing and the essential concept of “attitude & effort over talent”.

Think for a moment, what are the takeaways after your athlete shoots their last shot in high school? The last goal? The last touchdown? They cannot take those with them in life. They are left with only the memories, however; the “learned intangibles” a player acquires through playing sports will be valuable for a lifetime.

The a-list is possible for
your student athelete.

Correct My Play feels with the right material, environment, and mindset, any player can make the A-list and do so without being the high scorer. Our goal is to give all student athletes the much-needed tools, research, studies, and resources from top coaches, trainers, and educators, to help them break down self-imposed barriers that are holding them back from becoming a “complete player for life.”


See a lasting, visible change
in your student-athlete.

Equip yourself with the knowledge you need to capably train, coach, or parent your student athlete to peak performance.