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You know how to play your sport, but do you know How To Win? Discover the proven principles of winning in competitive sports! We interview champions, both athletes, and coaches, to uncover how they think and what they do to achieve athletic greatness. More than sports psychology and mental toughness, the topics we discuss will teach you how to achieve peak performance by outsmarting your opponents and learning to think like an elite athlete or coach. Unlike speed training, agility training, ...
 
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The 6th Proven Principle of Winning in Sports is: Having a Competitive Fire, Confidence, Expectation to Win. In this episode you will learn: - How the Marines use this principle in combat. - How being competitive can propel you to win more games. - How to develop unshakable confidence. - Why you should expect to win and how it improves your perform…
 
Listen to multi-time state champion boy's basketball coach Nate Jones teach you: - 3 keys to building a successful program - His biggest failure and how he turned that into success the following year - The traits of championship caliber athletes - And much moreBy Lynden Gwartney - Mental Sports Trainer and Consultant
 
Listen to multi-time state champion boy's basketball coach Bobby Allison teach you: - 3 keys to building a successful program - His biggest failure and how he turned that into success the following year - The traits of championship caliber athletes - And much more...By Lynden Gwartney - Mental Sports Trainer and Consultant
 
The 5th Proven Principle of Winning in Sports is: Clearly and Constantly Communicate. In this episode you will learn: - The importance of communication. - How to unify and synchronize your team. - The Goal of Communication. - Types of and techniques for communicating. - The role of team trust in communication. - Questions that you can ask yourself …
 
The 4th Proven Principle of Winning in Sports is: Create A Winning Game Plan. In this episode you will learn: - 6 Steps to creating a winning game plan. - Communicating your game plan to your team. - Questions that you can ask yourself to help you create your winning game planBy Lynden Gwartney - Mental Sports Trainer and Consultant
 
This is a Bonus episode in which you will learn about the importance of Knowing Your Strength. In this episode you will learn: - The importance of knowing your strength - Examples of different types of strengths - Tips to identify your individual and team strengths - How to improve your strengths and eliminate your weaknesses - Questions that you c…
 
The 3rd Proven Principle of Winning in Sports is: Find Their Strength and Neutralize It. In this episode you will learn: - The third of the 'Big 3' principles of winning in sports. - How the military use this principle in combat. - Stories of teams who used this principle to win and stories of teams who didn't use this principle and lost. - What mo…
 
The 2nd Proven Principle of Winning in Sports is: Stick With What's Working. In this episode, you will learn: - The second of the 'Big 3' principles of winning in sports. - How the military use this principle in combat. - Stories of teams who used this principle to win and stories of teams who didn't use this principle and lost. - What most athlete…
 
The first Proven Principle of Winning in Sports is: to Find and Attack Your Opponents Weakness. In this episode you will learn: - The 'Big 3' principles of winning in sports. - How the military use this principle in combat. - Who has weaknesses. - The 3 categories of weaknesses - How to identify your opponents weakness - Strategies for exploiting y…
 
Stories about athletes who won big using the 10 Proven Principles of Winning. Discover how we uncovered the 10 proven principles of winning using the scientific method. Find out how you will benefit from learning and applying these principles. Hear about the podcast creator and learn his background, credentials, and track record in both playing and…
 
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