The Science Of Succeeding At Sports
Posted by Nancy on May 08, 2010
Perhaps being good at sports doesn’t sound much like a science to you, right? Actually being successful at almost anything whether it be music, relationships, business, math or sports, ideally requires a very scientific approach. The first step is recognizing and then understanding what it is that you really want to accomplish. Identify exactly what you hope to achieve. Do you want to be an all-star baseball pitcher, a dynamite basketball power forward, a world-class mountain biker or perhaps a tennis champion?
Whatever you hoose must be the thing you feel passionate (not passive) about. You may have heard of scholars who eat, sleep and breath their studies. That is how one should feel about the sport that they are intense on pursuing.
Next, you must visualize yourself performing the skills associated with that sport as perfectly as possible. Visualization has been proven to be a very beneficial tool for improving oneself.
Commitment is essential to developing the necessary skills for any and all sports. If you really want to be good you must allot sufficient time for practice, practice and more practice.
Believe in yourself and your ability to achieve whatefver it is you want to accomplish. Ignore naysayers who would have you doubt yhour own potential, they have nothing to do with your abilities and your determination. You are the one to dete4rmine how good you can become. Finally, throw doubts aside, stay positive and go for your dreams.