From his own personal journey Adam Tannehill recognized a need for mental strength training in high school student-athletes to help them perform at their best in the classroom and in athletics. For the past 9 years he has worked one-on-one with student-athletes on mental strength training and college recruiting preparation and his students have experienced a high rate of success.
In 2019 Adam met Ryan Hubbell on the golf course and they began discussing Adam’s work. Ryan immediately recognized the value of his work and through numerous discussions they concluded that the value of Adam’s work was not reaching enough student-athletes. With Ryan’s business expertise gained from 20 years in the corporate world and Adam’s expertise as a Mental Strength and Life Coach they worked together to bring this idea to life. It was then that they created The Athletic Advisor and worked together to develop an online program focused on self-discovery, mental strength training and college recruiting preparation.
Ryan and Adam were both college athletes that struggled with mental strength and college recruitment. They both wish they would have had more guidance and help in those areas to make their journey a little easier. That is why they are so passionate about The Athletic Advisor and hope that they can help student-athletes be the best they can be. They truly believe in the value of this program and are adamant that these are life skills that student-athletes can benefit from forever.
Coach Adam is a Certified Life and Mental Performance Coach. Adam and his team have worked with professional, amateur, and youth athletes all over the United States.
Adam’s passion is to help uncover the “elite” in everyone going through his program. An impact is evident not only on the playing field, but in the classroom as well. Adam believes each player is unique and guides each athlete to see, believe, and be their best in athletics and life.
Adam competed collegiately at Midland University in Fremont, NE, where he received a degree in Commercial Art.
While at Midland, Adam was part of 3 Regional Championships and a 3-time appearance at the NAIA National Golf Championships.
As a golfer, Adam turned professional in 2010 and played on various mini-tours and PGA Tour qualifiers across the country.
From his own experience, he realized the need for young athletes to be coached on self-discovery, mental strength, and help them and their parents have the right kind of college advising for the player to reach the next level of competition.