The Johnson & Johnson Human Performance Institute is a world leader in science-based performance training for athletes ranging from professionals, collegiate players, promising juniors, to serious amateurs. Founded by performance psychologist Dr. Jim Loehr and sport scientist Dr. Jack Groppel, the Johnson & Johnson Human Performance Institute's training programs incorporate the latest state-of-the-art sport science technology. From performance psychology to nutrition and exercise physiology, the Institute’s staff believes that the best results are achieved when all aspects of the athlete's life are systematically addressed in the overall training program.
Since the Institute's founding, the performance experts there have trained numerous star athletes in the sports of tennis, hockey, football, and golf. Some of the Institute’s high-profile clients include tennis pros Jim Courier and Monica Seles, golfer Mark O'Meara, Pro Bowl quarterback Jim Harbaugh, hockey greats Eric Lindros and Mike Richter, Indy 500 champion Eddie Cheever, Jr., and Olympic gold medalist speed skater Dan Jansen.
The Johnson & Johnson Human Performance Institute offers sport-specific, custom designed programs for professional and amateur athletes alike. Known for its impressive track record of working with elite tennis players, the Institute offers the groundbreaking Mentally Tough® Program for junior and adult tennis players and the Mental Toughness Certification Program for coaches.