Mind Over Head Chatter

6-Week Program with App

Have you ever marveled at the poise grace, and athleticism of champions in their sport?  Do you find yourself asking, “What separates “the best’ form all the rest?”  Why is it that some athletes make it look so easy while other struggle just to “take the shot”?  Mind Over Head Chatter covers the research and insights into the makings of the world’s best athletes over many decades, and what made them champions in their sport. You will learn their methods and secrets and what they did to produce at such high levels. You’ll also discover how to Ignite your own passion, how to set goals, and develop the mental toughness to take your game to the next level. 

  • The Driving Force – Finding Your Motivation / Inspiration
  • Belief in Yourself – The 3 C’s (Confidence, Courage, Courage
  • Getting Centered – Finding Your Focus through Visualization, Breathing Techniques, etc.)
  • We Are The Champions – Studying the Habits of the Best Athletes of All Time

G.U.M. – Grow Up Mindful

Children in the K-5 age range are going through a lot of life’s experiences for the first time. With the exception of a year or two of preschool, most kids in this age range are going to school for the first time. They are making new friends, socially interacting, and rapidly growing both physically and mentally. Simultaneously, they are dealing the stress of some responsibility, learning to deal with bullying, and battling the social challenges that come with being in school. These situations are all occurring rapidly and at once, causing potential problems for the kids in the K-5 age. Many people think in terms of grade levels too often and forget that these children are ranging from age 5 to only age 10. Thankfully, the same rapid change that can cause problems for children in this age range is a fantastic soil in which to plant the seeds of mindfulness.  How about mindfulness for middle schoolers? High schoolers? Why mindfulness in high school is arguably the most important and how to go about implementing programs.  All this and more covered in the book Grow Up Mindful.  

The Short and Tall of Sleep

From an increased metabolism to better immunity against sicknesses and improved athletic performance to reducing the risk of depression and anxiety, the benefits of sleep are numerous. Unlike hitting the gym and physically challenging yourself in order to see results, reaping these benefits is simpler and far more pleasurable.  Many people struggle to find adequate time to sleep thanks to busy schedules and distractions that keep us out of bed. Others struggle with problems like insomnia that make it even harder to fall asleep and stay asleep. So, while going to bed is certainly easier than sticking to a diet or workout routine, it should still be treated like those other activities. In other words, sleeping shouldn’t be just another part of the day, but rather it should be treated as an important activity that deserves a priority spot in your daily routine. . Throughout this book, you’ll learn the importance of sleep as it is framed around the many positive health benefits that come with it. Each part will focus on one aspect of sleep before breaking it down into specific examples of how sleep impacts the various systems in your body. It will also give you an easy-to-understand introduction to the science behind sleep and some common abnormalities that may affect the way you rest. Finally, you’ll learn helpful tips to get more sleep and create your very own sleep goals as the first step to a healthier life. By first learning why sleeping is so important and then putting that knowledge into action, you’ll be well on your way to living a more rested, healthy life. Although sleeping is different for everybody, the importance of it cannot be understated. Uncovering the benefits of sleep is both exciting and rewarding.


Meet the Authors 


About Greg Justice

Greg Justice, MA, is a best-selling author, speaker, and fitness entrepreneur and was inducted into the National Fitness Hall of Fame in 2017. He opened AYC Health & Fitness, Kansas City’s Original Personal Training Center, in May 1986. Today, AYC specializes in onsite corporate wellness, personal and small-group training.

Greg is the co-founder and CEO of the National Corporate Fitness Institute (NCFI), a certifying body for fitness professionals, and the co-founder of Scriptor Publishing Group.

Greg holds a master’s degree in HPER (exercise science) (1986) and a bachelor’s degree in Health & Physical Education (1983) from Morehead State University, Morehead, KY.

He has been actively involved in the fitness industry for more than three decades as a club manager, owner, personal fitness trainer, and corporate wellness supervisor. He has worked with athletes and non-athletes of all ages and physical abilities and served as a conditioning coach at the collegiate level. He worked with the Kansas City Chiefs, during the offseason, in the early 1980’s, along with professional baseball, soccer and golf athletes.


About Art Still

Art Still is a Certified Corporate Fitness Specialist, author and entrepreneur. He is a graduate of the University of Kentucky and a retired NFL player. He was the second overall player taken in the 1978 NFL Draft for the Kansas City Chiefs. Art was a four-time Pro Bowler and retired from the NFL in 1989 after playing 12 seasons – 10 with the KC Chiefs and 2 with the Buffalo Bills. He was inducted into the Kansas City Chiefs Hall of Fame in 1997 and into the National College Football Hall of Fame in 2015.

Art has always been an advocate of health and fitness, giving his time to help others achieve their goals. He has been actively involved in a number of charities giving his time and talents to give back to those in need.  He recently started the Syndicate Coffee Team, on on-line platform to connect non-profit foundations with organic specialty coffee to raise funds and awareness year round.  His ‘motto’ is – ‘If you help others…you heal yourself’.