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Riley Jensen (Twitter: @rileyjensen) has been playing or coaching high school and collegiate football for more than 27 years. Over the past (7) years he has been part owner and co-founder of the Mountain West Elite sports camps which operate in several states.

He started as a quarterback at an NCAA D1 school (USU), was named 1st team junior college All-American QB (Snow College), coached football at a Division 1 program (NC State), and has coached several successful Salt Lake City area high school teams (Cottonwood, Olympus, Alta). Riley was recently inducted in to the Snow College Athletics Hall of Fame (October, 2017).

Riley earned a B.A. from Utah State University and completed his MS in Sport and Exercise Psychology at the University of Utah. He interned with Utah’s football and tennis teams, and currently works with Westminster Basketball, Rowmark Ski Academy, Peak Ski Academy, Woods Cross Volleyball, Alta Football, and various individual athletes.

Riley has a unique enthusiasm and ability to teach the concepts of resilience, confidence, positivity, grit, and personal mastery. He is available to athletes at all levels, all sports, for coaches, organizations, and businesses. He is perfect for motivational seminars designed to help individuals, teams, and businesses reach their maximum potential.

Riley currently lives in Salt Lake City, Utah. When Riley is not working, he enjoys hiking, playing tennis, coaching football, and time spent his wife Georgann, and their two children Alexis and Jack.

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Riley Jensen (Twitter: @rileyjensen) has been playing or coaching high school and collegiate football for more than 27 years. Over the past (7) years he has been part owner and co-founder of the Mountain West Elite sports camps which operate in several states.

He started as a quarterback at an NCAA D1 school (USU), was named 1st team junior college All-American QB (Snow College), coached football at a Division 1 program (NC State), and has coached several successful Salt Lake City area high school teams (Cottonwood, Olympus, Alta). Riley was recently inducted in to the Snow College Athletics Hall of Fame (October, 2017).

Riley earned a B.A. from Utah State University and completed his MS in Sport and Exercise Psychology at the University of Utah. He interned with Utah’s football and tennis teams, and currently works with Westminster Basketball, Rowmark Ski Academy, Peak Ski Academy, Woods Cross Volleyball, Alta Football, and various individual athletes.

Riley has a unique enthusiasm and ability to teach the concepts of resilience, confidence, positivity, grit, and personal mastery. He is available to athletes at all levels, all sports, for coaches, organizations, and businesses. He is perfect for motivational seminars designed to help individuals, teams, and businesses reach their maximum potential.

Riley currently lives in Salt Lake City, Utah. When Riley is not working, he enjoys hiking, playing tennis, coaching football, and time spent his wife Georgann, and their two children Alexis and Jack.

    Episode #170 To Those That Inspire

    Episode #170 To Those That Inspire

    Who are the people who inspire you? Do they know that they inspire you? Have you let them know? You should. They will appreciate it, and it will make a difference in your life.

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    Episode #169 You Snooze You Win

    Episode #169 You Snooze You Win

    Science continues to show the effects of sleep on all performance. In the journal for pediatric medicine, they have demonstrated that sleep loss has direct correlation on sports injury. It shows that a person who averages 6 hours of sleep per night is almost 4 times as likely to get injured in sport than someone who gets 9 hours of sleep per night! Similarly those who sleep less than 5 hours are 4.5 times more likely to have a cold than those who sleep 7 hours per night.

    • 4 min
    Episode #168 Always, Never, And Every Time

    Episode #168 Always, Never, And Every Time

    Sometimes the words we use matter. In this article I address counterfeit words that can drag us into a negative mindset.

    • 6 min
    Episode #167 Trust Your Training

    Episode #167 Trust Your Training

    When you fear. Make sure to think of all the training you have put into your craft. My guess is there have been a lot of lonely nights, some blood, some sweat, some tears, and some triumphs. Let those triumphs and trainings marinate in your mind. Trust those experiences. Have Faith in your abilities. Doubt your doubts. There are good things coming.

    • 5 min
    Episode #166 The Grind Never Stops (but It should)

    Episode #166 The Grind Never Stops (but It should)

    The science is clear, without rest and recovery…you are more likely to get fatigued. There is an increase of stress and tension. Overall, you will process things slower. All of these can lead to decreased performance. It can also lead to injury and illness. And we all know that in sport and in the workplace, your best ability is availability. Make sure you know and learn how to rest and recover. It can make all the difference.

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    Episode #165 Plus, Minus, And Equals

    Episode #165 Plus, Minus, And Equals

    You need to pick someone who is further along the path to mentor you. You need to find someone who is behind you on the path to teach and advise, and you need to find an equal to compete with to help you to reach deeper within.

    • 5 min

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