Author Bio

photo credit: Jobrina Hofleit Photography

photo credit: Jobrina Hofleit Photography

Priscilla Tallman is a freelance writer and speaker in Phoenix, AZ. She has written for Volleyball Magazine, The Art of Coaching Volleyball, Gorgo Fitness Magazine, CrossFit Fury , Sweat RX, OPEX Fitness and the CrossFit Games. Along with writing, Priscilla speaks with high school athletes, coaches and parents about mindset and performance training as well as mental wellness in athlete populations with The RESET Group. She has an undergraduate degree in psychology from The University of Georgia and a graduate degree in Clinical Psychology from Vanguard University.

She also played collegiate volleyball for The University of Georgia and earned First Team All-America honors in 1993, 1994, SEC Freshman of the year in 1991, SEC Player of the Year in 1994 and was inducted into Georgia’s prestigious Circle of Honor in 2006. She has also played professional volleyball in Europe and did two tours with the USA National team.

In 2016, she stepped back into coaching at the high school and club level as a Head Coach for the Millennium High School beach team and Lead Coach for One Beach. In 2018 she made the jump to the collegiate level as the Volunteer Assistant for Arizona State University beach team. 

This blog is a collection of her own opinions, stories and process. Her passion is to pass on the love of sports to young athletes who want to find their greatness, build character through sports and share her personal stories of playing, coaching and parenting athletes.

3 replies

  1. Dear goodness, woman, can we be friends????
    -Meghan Elkins, also a girl with hair in a disgraceful mess at the top of my head
    WODandWord.com + ChooseYourHappyBlog.com

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