About Complete Athlete

Complete Athlete is a global community that will help you take your game to the next level. Learn and grow through lessons and stories from top professionals like Mia Hamm, Trevor Hoffman, and Allan Russell. Whether you're a beginner or a professional, the book comes alive as you connect directly with the authors, as well as with other readers. Download the app to unlock the success you've been looking for and become a Complete Athlete.


Mia Hamm

Mia Hamm became the youngest person ever to play on a U.S. national youth team at the age of 15; in 1991, when she was 19, she was the youngest person ever to play in the World Cup. She attended UNC Chapel Hill, where she helped lead the Tar Heels to four consecutive NCAA National Championships. Hamm was a member of the U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team for 17 years, winning gold at the 1996 and 2004 Olympics as well as winning the 1991 and 1999 Women’s World Cup.


Alan Russell

Allan Russell is founder and owner of Superior Striker. He worked as a member of the English National Team Staff with England’s attacking players during World Cup 2018, including Golden Boot winner Harry Kane. Allan came up through the ranks at Glasgow Rangers. He played in the top three divisions in Scottish football and in the English Football League before joining the Carolina Railhawks in the United States in 2010. He was born in Glasgow.


Trevor Hoffman

Trevor Hoffman is a Hall of Famer and an 18-year Major League pitcher, including 16 years with the San Diego Padres, as well as time with the Florida Marlins and Milwaukee Brewers. He has the second-most career saves in MLB history (601 in 677 opportunities).


Mallory Weggemann

Mallory Weggemann represented Team USA at two Paralympic Games. In London 2012, she won both gold and bronze and set a Paralympic Record in 50m Freestyle. Most recently, she competed in the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games, where she swam all seven individual events and made it into the top 8 in front of the seven. She is focusing on continuing her career with eyes set on the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games. When she is not training for competition, Weggemann is a motivational speaker whose audiences range from educational groups to Fortune 500 companies. Her inspirational messages share valuable lessons about adapting to change, overcoming fear, and survival in the face of tremendous odds. She challenges her audiences to remember: “The only limits we have are the ones we create.”


Don Yaeger

Don Yaeger is a nationally acclaimed motivational speaker, longtime associate editor of Sports Illustrated, and author of 25 books, 10 of which have become New York Times best sellers. Don has written books with Hall of Fame running back Walter Payton, UCLA basketball coach John Wooden, baseball legends John Smoltz and Tug McGraw, and football stars Warrick Dunn and Michael Oher (featured in the movie The Blind Side), among others.

He teamed with Fox News anchor Brian Kilmeade to pen the 2013 best seller George Washington’s Secret Six, a look at the citizen spy ring that helped win the Revolutionary War, and then again in 2015 for Thomas Jefferson and the Tripoli Pirates: The Forgotten War that Changed American History.


Tom Watt

Tom Watt is an award-winning author and has been writing about football for the past 30 years, including works like My Side by David Beckham, A Beautiful Game, and The Greatest Stage.


Walid and Ziad Khoury

Walid and Ziad Khoury are two of the most recognizable faces in youth soccer and their personality traits are known by all on the sidelines across the nation. They are founders of national powerhouse Slammers Futbol Club. Their success and consistency in youth soccer has been exceptional over the past 20 years, leading Slammers FC to be one of the top clubs in the nation. They have produced some of the best players at all levels both domestically and internationally and are an essential part of the youth, collegiate and professional soccer culture in America.


Dave Coggin

Dave Coggin is known around the baseball community as a leader in taking players from youth to college to the professional levels. His track record for developing some of the top young MLB baseball players, like Daniel Robertson, Joe Kelly, Adam Plutko, Matt Davidson, and Zack Weiss, has been so effective that MLB teams are now hiring him to consult their coaching staffs on his techniques. He owns Performance Fitness for Athletes, one of the country’s premier baseball training facilities, located in Upland, CA. Dave has built a reputation around the baseball world as one the “good guys,” known to consistently emphasize the importance of growth outside the baseball field as well as on it. Dave knows the importance of being a well-rounded athlete, he was a two-sport All-American in high school and had a scholarship to play quarterback and pitcher for national powerhouse Clemson University, but eventually signed as a first round pick for the Phillies where he made it to the Major Leagues.