Back your level of 토토커뮤니티 intensity.

Sometimes in competitive situations an athlete can

actually get too energized before the start of

competition, thus sabotaging his own performance. You

see it a lot in grappling tournaments where (due to sheer

over-enthusiasm) some amateur athletes rev up their

engines to fever pitch before even stepping out on to the

mat. What they fail to understand is that coming in too

high on the performance curve will actually end up

hurting their performance 먹튀사이트.

Years ago, this kept happening to an athlete that I

was helping to train. No matter how much he visualized

calmness, coolness and control, no sooner did the day of

the competition dawn than he was crackling with

anticipation and incapable of even eating for sheer

excitement. The result was that, although he tended to

start out powerfully, he was too energized, and it hurt

his performance. His competitors soon had him on the

defensive. This was very frustrating for him, until he

learned through practice how to adjust the level of

intensity at which he entered into competition. By

learning to adjust his intensity down by just a notch or

two as he entered competition, the athlete began to win

more often.

A good mental athlete learns early on at what level

of intensity he plays his best game. On a scale of one to

ten (with ten being at the most intense level) most top

athletes report that they perform best at around levels

seven or eight. Occasionally, of course, they may need to

call on their full intensity and “raise their game” to nine

or ten. But they still know that this is not the ideal level

of intensity at which to enter a competition.

By getting to know at what level of intensity he

should begin, the mental athlete has a big advantage.

He is helping to create the conditions needed in order

for him to perform really well. He manages his intensity

so it doesn’t interfere with his best game. It’s a simple

concept that can make a vital difference-yet so few

amateurs are aware of it. You can’t rev yourself up to a

level ten each time and expect to consistently perform at

your best. Your neuro-muscular connections are able to

deliver better physical technique as you learn to throttle

back your level of intensity.

Self-analysis and advice from people you trust will

help you to pinpoint precisely at what level of intensity

you generally find your best game. Try to make a note of

what pre-game routine worked to help get you to the

exact level where you are most effective, and then

practice arriving at your ideal intensity level at exactly

the right moment. Learn to manage all that valuable

intensity.

Remember: You have to learn to control

yourself before standing a chance of controlling

your game. Getting your intensity revved up too

powerfully prior to competition will actually

hurt your performance.

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