We measure our success by the results that come from your success. We believe that every athlete should have the mental tools and resources to accomplish their goals. We have designed an 8 step process that will guide you through your performance mindset. We improve your results by offering detailed and world-class products that will give you the results you have always wanted. Scroll down to hear what Athletes are saying about what Worthy to Win did for them and what it can do for you.
"We have utilized Worthy to Win mental training the past four years for many of our players at Arizona State University and the results have been extremely positive. I believe Joey Johnson’s tennis background has been key in his systematic approach for our tennis players. Joey realizes no two players act or think the same and he has been able to individualize his teaching to our players. Our players have improved their mental approach to their tennis and have embraced and utilized the tools Joey has introduced to them. It has been a positive experience for our team." Sheila McInerney, Head Coach, Arizona State University Women's Tennis
"I was down 4 match points in a Challenger in Canada. I stayed calm and focused and won 13-11 in a third set breaker thanks to the mental toughness I developed at Worthy to Win." - Austin Krajicek ATP No. 96
The Eight-Step Worthy to Win course he has taken me through has changed the way I see winning and losing to the point where I am able to execute my game more freely and consistently under pressure. His approach has been a unique experience for me and has helped me look within myself in a different way than what I have done before. I am able to distance myself from thinking too much about the outcome of matches and when I do lose, I am able to learn more and keep things in a healthier mindset where I can move on quickly to the next match without being weighed down with negative feelings.
Some of the highlights this year in my climb upward include winning my first Grand Slam singles match at the US open beating Santiago Giraldo, Getting to the quarters of the Rakuten ATP 500 where I beat Joao Sousa in the round of 16 and then lost to Stan Wawrinka in the quarters. I also beat Denis Istomin at the ATP 1000 in Miami in the main draw and won the Leon Challenger in the spring of 2015.
I can honestly say that the way I am thinking about my game is very different. The training I have done with Joey has given me the mental clarity and belief I have needed to get focused on playing the type of tennis I know I am capable of playing more consistently.
I do feel more Worthy to Win as I have worked with Joey Johnson and would recommend him to work with other amateur or professional players who are willing to take an honest look at themselves in order to eliminate those mental mistakes they are making and come to experience an inner belief that they are Worthy to Win when the pressure is on." -Austin Krajicek, ATP No. 96
"For years I have had doubts about my abilities and potential that have weighed on my mind and caused me to falter during performance. Through this process I have been able to turn those doubts into an inner belief and faith in myself." - Brandon Ruiz, US Greco -Roman World Champion Wrestler
“If I try to put into words what Worthy to Win and Joey Johnson have done for me I would fall devastatingly short. For the first time in my life I am seeing the direct correlation between sport and spirituality. There is nothing so empowering as realizing that you are not your performance. For years I have had doubts about my abilities and potential that have weighed on my mind and caused me to falter during performances. Through this process I have been able to turn those doubts into an inner belief and faith in myself. This faith has strengthened me to overcome much of the adversity that pulled me down in the past. Joey’s insights both spiritually and athletically have inspired me and allowed me to make breakthroughs I never imagined.” - Brandon Ruiz, US Greco - Roman World Champion Wrestler
"After using Worthy to Win, my ranking jumped 50 spots and I
won my first tennis tournament in 5 years."
-Chris Nguyen, Southern California Junior Tennis Player
"Recently I had the pleasure of hosting Joey Johnson on our campus to present his training, “When you know the potential is there…” to my team. The workshop was interactive and created a climate where my players were eager to speak, ask questions and listen not only to Joey, but to each other. Literally, every player pulled me aside and expressed how much they liked the “Worthy to Win” session. Through this session the players were motivated to face their fears and be honest with themselves in relation to their respective games. Joey is a great listener, passionate, and has a great sense of humor. Personally, I was surprised to see how eager my players were to disclose what seemed like very personal and sensitive troubles within their games. As a result it ended up being a positive team building exercise. In other words, as teammates heard other teammates disclose their troubles, trust was built within the team. I couldn’t imagine time better spent on that day. I only hope we can do this again so as to renew my player’s motivation in these all so important areas." - Geoff Young, Head coach for Men's Tennis Team at University of Minnesota
"I have opened up more and accepted who I am as a person, and as a tennis player. I have new self-belief and worthiness. I am so glad I took this amazing opportunity to work with you, and to be trained by you. Thank you so much for everything, it was an awesome opportunity." - Annie Gardner - High School Tennis Player
"Our daughter is more aware and prepared for the ups and downs, highs and lows, the true “waves” of both good and bad execution of the physical as well as the mental side of a tennis match. She is measuring success less by her win/loss record now and more by her use of the mental tools during her performance, knowing that in the long run , eventually the wins will outnumber the losses. Most importantly, though, Joey has been a neutral, objective, non-judgmental voice of “positivity” for my daughter – someone other than her coach or her parents whom she will listen to and learn from to become a positive person." - Katie Bick, Parent