How often do you practice your mental game? Most athletes and coaches agree that not only Jiu-Jitsu, but sports in general, are “90% mental and 10% physical.” Very often you hear: “My nerves got the best of me” after a poor performance. If performance is 90% mental, how come athletes and coaches spend 100% of their training on the technical, the physical and the strategic part of the game? How come they neglect and ignore the area that is responsible for transferring all the hard work from the practice room to the competition mat? As a result, a lot of athletes struggle to reach their full potential in tournaments.
On Saturday, June 14, Gustavo Dantas will be teaching his Mental Skills Training Seminar called “Inner Discovery For Outer Success” at the Embassy Suites located at 4400 S. Rural Rd in Tempe, Arizona from 2 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. This ninety-minute presentation will inspire you and give you the tools to handle some of the mental blocks that prevent you from performing to the best of your ability. The BJJ Mental Coach, Gustavo Dantas, breaks down five tips that can help you to discover what is holding you back from reaching your full potential and achieving the success that you desire.
Mental skills need to be practiced just like physical skills. Don’t ignore the one area that ultimately separates the most successful athletes from those who do not reach their full potential, and sign up now at www.thebjjmentalcoach.com.