What is mindset rx'd
Mindset Rx'd is your shortcut to unleashing your potential. Your mindset is the least trained yet most powerful part of your fitness. It’s responsible for your PRs (or absence of them), podiums (or absence), and just as importantly, the mental-emotional wellbeing in workouts. Mindset Rx’d is a service dedicated to breaking through your limits and unleashing your potential.
meet the team
Laura is a CrossFit L1 trainer with a passion for people in and out of fitness. A regular on the UK CF competition circuit connecting with athletes and coaches alike, on and off the competition floor. She originally found Mindset RX'd through her love of competing and has since gone on to become one of our team of mindset coaches.
Rachel Binette is a Certified CrossFit Level 3 Trainer in the Boston area of Massachusetts. She is a contributor to Breaking Muscle and to Morning Chalk Up, and is the founder of The Forged Life, a website devoted to actionable philosophy. When Rachel isn’t coaching mindset, coaching at CrossFit City Line, or writing, she is hanging out with her husband and two dogs.
Tom founded Mindset Rx'd in 2017. He loves to coach our athletes, but spends most of his time on the strategic side of our service. What started as a hobby - coaching athletes on mindset - has become a way of life. When he's not coaching, you'll find him on a mountain, in the gym, playing guitar, or reading.
As a serving member of the British Army, fitness has been a part of Jase's life for years. Having trained soldiers in the most demanding conditions in a range of environments around the world, he saw the impact of mindset. After initiating his own mindset journey as an athlete with Mindset Rx'd, Jase wanted to serve others. He also works as a soft tissue therapist.
“When I started working with Mindset Rx'd for the first time to improve my mental game, I immediately started to see the value of their knowledge and expertise. I'm so glad I took that nervous first step of getting started with Mindset Rx'd. I'm really happy with the progress I've made mentally as an athlete but more importantly, as a person.”