achievement is created twice. First in the mind. And second physically.
The mind-body connection
is crucial to your performance.
British Superbike Rider
Being able to take
control of how you think is directly related to how you will perform.
A Premier League manager said recently;
"Control of the mind is the key difference between good players and
John Muranka's sports mind training is designed
remove the mental
blockages which get in the way of peak performance
increase the ability
habits (e.g. when things seem to get worse the harder you try)
create a positive
enhance self belief
build the ability to
cancel negative thoughts
set goals and
emotionally commit to them
maintain the positive
attitude (whatever the circumstances)
occurrence of being in the zone
This help you to:
be in a relaxed state
your mind is calm and your body is ready to go
be supremely confident
you feel that no matter what you are up against, you are going to be
be totally absorbed in
the moment oblivious to everything around you. The game seems to
fly by, and at the same time, everything you do seems to happen at a
slowed - down pace allowing great precision and concentration.
be effortless in your
actions things just sort of happen with little or no input. You
have a sense of finesse and grace, even when the competition is very
gruelling and demanding.
to perform automatically
with no interference from your thoughts or emotions. You're on
autopilot, reacting on instinct with little conscious thought
have fun the
enjoyment is incomparable - like a child playing in pure innocent
be in control you
have command over your emotions you are controlling them, not the
other way round.
Having someone alongside you,
helping to keep you mentally in tune, can be the difference between a
good performance and a great one. By taking control of your thoughts,
the whole spirit of your performance is transformed.