Think about just how often and how much you train so that you can be the best in your sport.
I want you to add up all the hours you’ve spent over the past month investing into your sport.
Working out in the morning when it’s dark and cold.
Eating the same bland chicken and steamed veggies.
The annoying and tedious rehab exercises that you need to do to stay durable and ready to play, no matter how sore and beat up you are.
And what's the payoff, exactly?
You would think with such “hard work” and “dedication”, you would be balling on gameday…right?
For most athletes, this isn't the case.
Instead of feeling confident on gameday, and actually putting all that practice and skill to work, they end up ending each game or match with feelings of frustration, regret and anger.
After all of this consent work, doing things you’re ”supposed” to do, why are you still not playing your best when it matters most?
Why are you still so insecure about the competition? Why does it feel like you don’t deserve your spot?
How come you can’t just perform the way you know you can?
This frustration can lead to you eventually even hating and loathing the very sport you dedicated your life to.
Practice creates anxiety.
Training makes you annoyed.
You start finding more ways to escape the pressures of your sport, instead of having fun playing the game you love.
What if there was a way you could approach playing your sport that led to you showing up supremely confident each and every time you performed?
What if you could truly leave no stone unturned, and have a feeling of knowing you’re doing the right things to dominate your competition and make it to the next level?