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Sports Psychology

If you see your set before it happens, there is no question of your success.
At some point, we all must reflect and make the choice to age gracefully, not foolishly.
Instantly perform better by changing your mindset.
Beyond the numbers and percentages in training, how is your brain adopting and improving your skills?
Imagine where you could be if eliminated one excuse per week for one year straight.
Are you doing things just to do them, or are they getting you closer to where you want to be?
If we all know the things we're supposed to do, what stops us from doing them?
Tapping into the source of your mindset requires more than motivational quotes.
The answer to progress-sapping struggles is what old sports coaches used to call “heart.”
Inconsistency in your training doesn’t just leave you weak, it leaves you injury prone.
What separates elite athletes from the rest is their investment and belief in their own success.
The concept of fairness has become perverted to excuse every misstep, lower standards, and discredit the efforts of the exceptional.
Maybe we should spend less time studying how other people use social media and turn our lens inward.
The power of your goals should never be diminished by other people's standards.
If the fire is gone from your training, make these changes to get it back.
All the motivation you had at the beginning is still there. You just need to tap back into it.
Doing something out of obligation or out of a hunger to succeed are two different things.
Defining your purpose will make most of your choices for you.