Introductory IL HPP Call

Illinois Human Performance Project Introductory Call

DATE: Friday, November 6th

TIME: 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM

The IL HPP Team is excited to provide newly interested school faculty, coaches, and staff with the opportunity to join others on an introductory call to learn more about our programming and resources. This virtual meeting is open to any adult who has interest in learning more about IL HPP, developing a chapter, or utilizing our staff for trainings for students, institute days, or community events.

Attendees will be entered into a raffle to win a free 30 minute virtual training session with Tyler Pazik from Pazik Performance Group. This training can be used for athletic teams, extracurricular activities and clubs, or to jump start an IL HPP Chapter with student leaders.

For questions about this virtual introductory call, please e-mail Nick:  [email protected]

Raffle: Tyler Pazik Virtual Session

Tyler Pazik enables coaches, athletes, and administrators to experience greater success in their competitive environment. He assists elite professionals, college-aged students and athletes, top business people and organizations with the end goals of improving systems and boosting performance. His singular focus for people and organizations he works with: progress.

Tyler has worked with sports teams in and out of the Power 5 conferences, Fortune 500 Companies, military professionals, a Heisman Trophy winner, and USA National Teams. His current client list includes Oklahoma University, University of Northern Colorado, University of Maine, a no-hitter recipient, and other high schools and colleges across the country.

Shaped by the principles of peak performance, Tyler believes that consistent behavior leads to consistent results, and that consistent behavior must be continuously optimized and actualized over time. He not only talks the talk, but he walks the walk, having placed first in his age group in a 100 Mile Ultra Marathon on June 1st, 2019. He is constantly challenging his mind and body in triathlons, marathons, and other races across the country as well as rock climbing, downhill mountain biking, and snowboarding in his current place of residence, Salt Lake City, Utah.

Tyler has a Masters Degree in Sport Psychology from Texas Christian University (TCU) and has been continuously acknowledged both regionally and nationally as an industry leader in the field of sport psychology.