About Author

 

 

AHOY, I’m Dr. Rob Bell

 

I am a Sport Psychology Coach. I help others build their Mental Toughness to perform their best when it matters the MOST!

I work with Indy Eleven and University of Notre Dame. Extreme passion is helping others become The BEST at Getting BETTER! We are all getting ready for that HINGE Moment. The ONE person, event, or moment that will make all of the difference in our lives. We just don’t know when that is coming…

Mental Toughness won’t win you a championship. But, a lack of Mental Toughness will lose it for you.
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Our dedication is working with Athletes. Corporate athletes, executive athletes, professional athletes, collegiate athletes, and high-school athletes. You see, EVERYONE is an athlete, Our offices are just different.

I fell off an 80 foot cliff in college, and that Hinge moment made all of the difference. It caused a lot of pain physically and emotionally, but it connected who I was with who I would become from that event. Sport Psychology was discovered and if you want the whole background of why I entered the field, check out the story of how an Olympic Gold Medalist and I shared a Hinge Moment. 

Here’s some more upbeat, positive background fodder about me, I was the mental coach for multiple winners on the PGA Tour, a medalist at the Rio Olympics, the 2013 USTA National Champion and have caddied on the PGA Tour. Authored five books so far on mental toughness: The Hinge: The Importance of Mental Toughness Mental Toughness Training for GolfNO FEAR: A Simple Guide to Mental Toughness, & Don’t “Should” on Your Kids: Build Their Mental Toughness  and 50 Ways to Win: Pro Football’s Hinge Moments.

I’ve been the mental coach extensively with Indy Eleven Pro Soccer and University of Notre Dame. Speak often to businesses, universities, and corporate athletes including, Marriott, Walgreens, Morgan Stanley, JVA, PGA of America, among many others. I’ve been a certified consultant since 2006 of the Association for Applied Sport Psychology.

We deliver mental toughness training through a combination of research and over 10+ years of applied experience with hundreds of athletes, coaches, and teams. We’ve been featured on ESPN, FOX NEWS, The Golf Channel, New York Times, Runner’s World, & Stack Magazine.

I was an assistant professor of Sport Psychology for six years, publishing over a dozen research articles on the “Yips” in Golf, and effectiveness of sport psychology interventions. I was published in the Journal of Applied Sport Psychology, Journal of Athletic Insight, Journal of Sport Behavior, and The Sport Journal.

Most importantly, I’m a husband and father of two wonderful kids. I completed a 1/2 Ironman, two marathons in a personal best of 3:23, Tough mudder, numerous other road races, and had a hole-in-one. Participated in triathlons and Master’s Swimming Events. I golf, swim, ski, read, run, play ping-pong and chess.


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Mental Toughness- Dr. Rob Bell

I work with Indy Eleven and University of Notre Dame.

Certified Consultant of the Association for Applied Sport Psychology since 2006-consulting with over hundreds of athletes, coaches, and teams.

have been the mental coach with winners on the PGA Tour,web.com tour, Olympic Medalists, and the USTA National Champion.

I’ve caddied over 20+ events on professional golf tours.

Author of six books on Mental Toughness. 

Published over a dozen journal articles on the “yips” in golf and sport psychology.

Has been featured on ESPN, The Golf Channel, Runner’s World, NY Times, & Stack Magazine.

Graduate of University of Tennessee, Temple University, & Shepherd University.

Has had two near death accidents (car accident & falling off a cliff).

Married with 2 children.

Ran 2 marathons, completed 1/2 Ironman, A Tough Mudder, Masters swimmer, and has had a hole-in one.

Was a raft-guide during college in WV.

Skied over 100+ days in one season in Crested Butte, CO.

Speaks and trains with teams, organizations, and schools on mental toughness.


about Dr Rob Bell