Your Biggest Competition – MINDSET

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Your biggest competition isn’t the other team, isn’t another player or the critics sitting outside the area. It’s that little voice in your head.

The voice that tells you it’s ok to give less than your best. That it’s ok to quit early, that no one is watching.

You aren’t crazy. Everyone deals with this.

We all have two voices in your head, competing each and every day for space.

One is the negative critic. The voice that tries to pull you down. Let’s settle for average, or worse quitting. The voice that makes you focus on the negative or how you can’t do something.

The other voice is positive. This voice keeps you on track, pushing for more, focusing on the positive.

Which voice do you subscribe to? The choice is yours. But let me warn you…

If you listen to the negative coach, don’t be surprised when you get negative results.

Your thoughts become your words. Your words become your actions. Your actions become your habits. Your habits create your results.

Don’t allow someone else to rent space between your ears.

Sweat Athletics by Sweat 60 in Santa Monica develops youth athletes by introducing them to the following:

  • Foundational Strength Training in a safe environment
  • Sport Specific Strength Training and Nutrition
  • Resilience through the principles of developing an ironclad mindset

Run by former college athletes we have developed a clear system that gets athletes real results. For more information on securing your athlete a clear advantage email  [email protected].

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