When wrestlers encounter an opponent who appears to have physical advantages over them such as:
- more mature
- start sweating profusely
- tense up
- adrenaline starts kicking in
If I encountered a mountain lion, I’d want these natural instincts to kick in. When wrestling an opponent - I’d like to keep the adrenaline but ditch the others.
Your very bestest friend on your team may well be helping the enemy - especially by invoking the following warnings to you:
- watch out, he’s strong
- he’s a state champ
- look out for his single leg
- don’t get hurt
He’s not really helping you…instead, he’s preparing you for defeat.
In order to conquer your most physically gifted adversaries, you must neutralize your friend’s negative warnings…or shut him up completely.
Warning: If you can’t conquer this mental barrier, you will struggle forever to push through your imaginary ceiling to the next level, and beat the better athletes.
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By reading it, you will discover:
- how to shut down the feeling of impending doom
- tricks to make your opponent fear you (including mid-match tactics to trigger their bodies' fight or flight response, giving you the edge you need)
- Using your own fight or flight response to your advantage
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