With its soft launch in August, Steamboat Athletes Workshop has set forth a plan to promote and provide avenues for the improvement of the Steamboat community’s physical, mental and social well-being. 
To achieve this goal, the company has planned to create relationships around town and host panel discussions for local athletes to learn and discuss topics that are not always explored. This spring, it plans to open up to athletes for more specific coaching opportunities that can cover one or multiple disciplines. 
“Your body is your only temple,” said mental health and mindset coach Pete Dopkin. “That is the place for us to look at and just help people achieve whatever goals they are looking to set both emotionally, nutritionally or physically and sometimes all three.”
Dopkin finds the importance in sharing an understanding of how training in sport connects to nutrition and wellness. The way a person eats and the way they think can have an effect on athletic performance, according to Dopkin. 
“We are an open opportunity for people trying to be their best selves and that is our goal,” Dopkin said. 
Upon launch, Steamboat Athletes Workshop hosted its first panel discussion on Aug. 3 to talk about mental fortitude and mindset. The second panel covered utilizing physical therapy for longevity in your health and injury prevention. 
The third panel will be a winter gear showcase for local businesses to show off their equipment and give the public an opportunity to get more context and information surrounding winter gear ahead of the ski season. That panel will run on Thursday, Oct. 27, at MANIC training. 

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