Carve the winning edge on your coaching business using the proven techniques of master educators.

Coaches know that figure skaters who see real progress on the ice challenge themselves to reach even higher levels of success. The coach's challenge is to keep that momentum going.

The Coach's Edge offers coaching professionals easily applied ideas and insights that will propel their skaters to new heights and boost their own careers to greater success.

Developed by Merry Neitlich, a competitive figure skater and experienced marketing communicator and trainer, The Coach's Edge seminars and personalized sessions link proven instructive theories of master educators with the best skating techniques coaches have to offer.

The results are dramatic.

Skaters learn skills more quickly. They are motivated to accept more responsibility for their progress and are better prepared to advance to the next level of skating skills.

Coaches enjoy enhanced success and credibility. They build valuable trust and loyalty with their skaters and their families that enhance their own professional momentum.

Contact us today to learn how The Coach's Edge can put the winning edge on your coaching business.                          949-260-0936

Figure Skating
A "Coach" for Figure 
Skating Coaches
by JoAnn Schneider Farris

At the Professionals Skaters Association (PSA) Conferencein Colorado Springs, Colorado, there was a presentation given by Merry Neitlich, who is a marketing consultant turned adult national champion competitive figure skater. Merry taught the coaches about landing learning theory on ice.  More...

Developing A Smart Mind for Competition
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World and Olympic Coach 
Tom Zakrajsek taps on 
Merry Neitlich to enhance his skater's communication skills.

In August 2013 Merry went to the World Arena, Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs to work with Tom's skaters, coaching team and parents. 

A great time was had by all as we enhanced team camaraderie communicaitons skills, and learned a great deal about each other.

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Communication Styles
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