Learn from top athletes

There is a strategy to success

Everybody has more or less the same training conditions on a team. Smart approaches, a clear and trained mind, and daily routines off the court can bring about big improvements.

I have found and developed many methods across a variety of scientific studies and self-experiments, that can complement daily practice and greatly impact performance.

They range from mental, spiritual and physical approaches to tactical and position-specific content.
My approach differs from the rest because of the intense monitoring, individual adaptation to the athlete and a holistic approach.

Please feel free to browse through this page and explore the ways in which you will benefit from my approach.

Brady, Djokovic, Salah, ...

Top athletes

Plenty of elite athletes do additional and specialized work. They have developed winning routines helping them stay that one step ahead in a number of areas, inlcuding recovery, mental toughness, endurance, or explosiveness.

Although many are impressed by their achievements, they do not (permanently) examine and attempt these methods themselves.

Ankersen, Gallwey, ...


Books and their teachings can be gamechanging.

Like the book The Gold Mine Effect by Rasmus Ankersen, who after publication was involved in the success stories of FC Midtjylland and Brentford FC.

Or Timothy Gallwey, quoted by Tom Brady after the Super Bowl comeback against the Falcons.

Breathing techniques, flow,...


I believe most people are just dipping their toes into their potential. There's so much more that can be accomplished.

Whether it be in the mind, childhood/school programming, etc., the majority lack the belief and ability to see past the familiar, to discover what they are capable of achieving.

Key pillars

A brief glimpse into the four areas of my work. Click on the button to find out more about the specific methods and working methods.

You are what you do each day


Consistency is one of the most underrated qualities an individual can possess in today's fast-paced society.
Anyone conscious of their goal, aware of how to get there, and who then takes action on a daily basis is bound to be successful.

Sounds simple, and it is– but also darn hard to implement.


Special training

This is a very broad area of my portfolio.
There are mental, athletic and physical parts of the training.

The training always is individually adjusted and also depends on the load or the seasonal phase.

Proper recovery and injury prevention


Professional sports are played between load/stimulus and regeneration.
To do well in this area is essential. And this involves much more than physical recovery.

This topic is much too important to reduce its essence to just a few lines. So feel free to follow the link.

In different areas of life

Tapping into your potential

In sports, success depends on many factors. We focus our attention on the ones you can influence yourself.

Strengthen strengths, weaken weaknesses:
We hear this saying often. But we adapt it easily and most effectively, using a concrete step-by-step plan of implementation.

Principles of cooperation


  • It is extremely important to have a relationship based on absolute trust. This needs face-to-face collaboration, clear communication, and an understanding as to why things will work for you.

  • Honesty, openness, and respect. Feedback is constructive and always serves the cause.

  • Individualität der Betreuung und Zusammenarbeit. Es gibt kein starres Konzept, das man jedem überstülpen kann. Man lernt sich kennen und entwickelt ein Gefühl, welche Methoden und Ansätze passen.

Last, but not least

About Me

Timo Pax, born 1991, and raised in Osnabrück, Germany.

So, what does my career look like? That is a good question. On one hand very traditional. After graduating from high school, I did an apprenticeship and then studied economics in Münster and got my master’s degree in business administration in Wuppertal. 
But on the other hand, I spent my free time during university studying alternative methods. The spectrum was wide, ranging from Far Eastern healing methods, such as yoga, cold therapy to meditation and the psychology of the human mind.

Opening a small online store in 2018, I built a foothold and took my first step towards self-employment. At the same time, I kept researching 
In the beginning, I didn't know what this would lead to, but as years went by I realized that I would love to pass on my knowledge to athletes and be a perfect complement to their existing training.

After all, throughout my entire career, I had always been a sports enthusiast and a soccer nut. In recent years, I have dedicated myself mainly to the deeper understanding of the game.
I have also acquired some official qualifications:
- Postural Analysis
- Functional Training
- Science of Speed

I truly enjoy helping motivated people achieve their goals and have a great time doing it. After all, life is a game that gives you too much when you live it with a sense of purpose, ease and nonchalance.


"If you always set limits for yourself, whether in training or anywhere else, it will spread to other areas, to your work, to your life. There are no limits. There are only plateaus. And you can't stay there, you have to break through them."
–  Bruce Lee

"You learn a line from a victory and a book from a defeat."
–   Paul Brown

"Success doesn't come overnight. It's when you get a little better every day than the day before. It all adds up."
–   Dwayne Johnson

"Enthusiasm means everything. It has to be tight and vibrant like the string of a guitar."
–   Pelé

"Far too often something happens in life, and we blame other people for not being happy, satisfied or fulfilled. The point is that we all have a choice, and we choose to accept people or situations or not."
–   Tom Brady

"The limit is the mind. As long as you can imagine achieving something, you can do it if you just believe in it 100 percent."
–   Arnold Schwarzenegger

"Motivation is what gets you started. Habit is what keeps you going." 
–   Unknown

"One of two pains we must endure: the pain of discipline or the pain of a guilty conscience. The difference is, discipline is weighed in grams; a guilty conscience is weighed in tons."
–   Jim Rohn