Dr. Rob Bell

Website: http://drrobbell.com

Dr. Rob Bell

Dr. Rob Bell is a Mental Toughness coach who has worked with multiple champions on the PGA Tour, Olympic medalists, and the University of Notre Dame. He has written 6 books on Mental Toughness and Sport Psychology. Dr. Bell is a former Ball State University Professor with over 15 research publications primarily on applied Sport Psychology. He is also a certified consultant of the Association for Applied Sport Psychology.

 

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