Earlier this year, Poker Central featured an exclusive interview with the newly retired Fedor Holz. Since, the German wunderkind has made a few appearances in High Roller events around the globe but after leaving the game to focus on things away from the felt, Holz announced his first post-poker project on the most recent episode of Joe Ingram’s awarded-winning Poker Life Podcast.

Primed Mind is immersive mindset coaching using the same visualization and goal-setting techniques used to train some of the world’s most notable phenoms. Fedor would know a little something about being a phenom, as he shot to the top of the poker world in the matter of a few years and, to date, has amassed over $20 million in career earnings.

The mobile app helps build confidence, become a better athlete, crush your competition and be primed for anything, while also teaching users to tap into powerful new mindsets so they can unlock their true mental, physical and emotional strengths.

While his tournament resume and past pedigree clearly gives Holz confidence, which will be on display during this year’s Super High Roller Bowl, Holz may be one of the few that believe confidence is a skill. Primed Mind helps you train and, eventually, unlock that skill, just as Holz has both on and off the felt.

Learn more about Primed Mind and request early access on their website.