World Renowned International Performance Coach & Leading NLP Expert
Jimmy Petruzzi has had the fortune to work in many countries with successful people including Premiership Football teams, Top Athletes, Politicians, Businesses, Entrepreneurs, TV Celebrities, Teachers and Schools, helping them to achieve peak performance in all aspects of their lives using NLP.
He is also dedicated to helping disadvantaged children through a variety of programmes across four continents.
Jim Petruzzi fitness and motivation techniques have transformed ordinary people to their full potential.
In 2006 Jimmy received the highly commended Coaching Award for International & Domestic work.
Jimmy's background is in sports performance and communication. He studied Sports Science & Sports Psychology in Australia, America and the UK. As well as being a highly qualified sports coach in several sports disciplines he has studied NLP and Hypnotherapy since 1993, using the techniques as an athlete and coach to great success. He is an internationally renowned performance and conditioning coach specializing in the areas of physical and mental preparation.
Based in the UK and abroad, Jim has implemented and transferred many of his unique and breakthrough concepts from athletic performance, to business and personal development with great success. Jim has worked with are Blackburn Rovers FC, Crystal Palace F.C, Queens Park Rangers F.C, Bury F.C and has also worked with individuals from teams such as Manchester United, Manchester City, Wigan, Fulham to name a few. He has assisted to prepare international teams for major tournaments such as the 2006 Football World Cup and also trained Rugby Players, European Tour golfers, World and Olympic medalists, International Athletes, Cricket Players, Tennis Players, Professional Football teams and establishments.
Jim has appeared and continues to appear on television programs, including Sky TV, Channel M, BBC, ITV and weekly segments on Radio 2ky Australian radio, and City Talk FM UK. He is also often asked to provide commentary for BBC Radio and in the press.