Learn More About Dr. Terry Lyles
Thought-Leader on Performance and Stress
Dr. Terry Lyles has spent his life measuring and studying human performance. He holds a Ph.D. in psychology, has conducted extensive research in sports science, and is an expert in biotelemetry and psycho-telemetry. Dr. Lyles is recognized as an international educator and author. As such he has appeared on many broadcasts such as NBC, ABC, USA Today, CNN, etc. He has brought the vital tool of stress utilization to organizations like NASCAR Evernham Motrosports, DaimlerChrysler, Macy's West, Pfizer, Universal Studios, ABC, ESPN, and Disney.
Personal Experience is His Greatest Teacher
He has voluntarily placed himself into emotionally intense environments and situations like supporting fire-rescue workers in and around Ground Zero, helped international forensic medical teams in the Asian tsunami-torn area, and served regularly as a resource for other regions experiencing natural disasters.
He also has served as a caretaker for his own adult son—diagnosed with Quadriplegic Cerebral Palsy. Despite being given dismal odds, his son emotes joy and powers through the day with immense motivation. His son's example made Terry ask an impactful question, "What is my excuse?"