In the world of sport, there is an upper tier reserved for the legendary, the greatest. But what is it that makes them great, or even the best? Scientists posit that the differentiating factor lies in the brain, not the body.
Beneath the helmet, under that unruly curly hair, inside the cranium, there is something we don’t know, something beyond scientific measure. Something that allows him to soar, to roam a territory of sport that, forget us, even those who are gifted enough to play alongside him cannot even fathom. – BBC on Indian cricketer Sachin Tendulkar
Give yourself the mental edge
So what separates the also-rans from the truly great? Mentality. There are many names for this: Big match temperament, a winner’s edge, mental strength and more. Remember this: The body has limitations, the mind does not. If you’re not mentally ready, no amount of training will make you a winner.
The world’s leading sports people are discovering a breakthrough in fitness and performance management – Synctuition.
The benefits of Synctuition’s audio journeys are manifold:
Focus: By using meditation and visualizing your success you are taking a giant step towards achieving that success.
Speed of thought: Many sports require you to make decisions faster than the rational mind can process thoughts. By increasing your intuitive powers, Synctuition bolsters your natural decision-making abilities.
Single-mindedness: It is easy to get distracted from your goal by the noise of the world. With just 25 mins a day, Synctuition will serve as a grounding for your goals, a reset button if you like
“He sees passes that most people can only see whilst watching the game on TV, not ones that you can normally see on the pitch.” – ex-Barcelona manager Tata Martino on bartballer Lionel Messi
Reward your body by slowing down
Creating a slow down/activity scale down routine is essential to place your body and brain in a suitable receptive and resting mode.
Building recovery time into any training program is important because this is the time that the body adapts to the stress of exercise and the real training effect takes place. Recovery also allows the body to replenish energy stores and repair damaged tissues. Exercise or any other physical work causes changes in the body such as muscle tissue breakdown and the depletion of energy stores (muscle glycogen) as well as fluid loss.
Recovery time allows these stores to be replenished and allows tissue repair to occur. Without sufficient time to repair and replenish, the body will continue to break down from intensive exercise.
Just 25 minutes of Synctuition a day will decrease recovery times by 20%, meaning your body will use the hours that you sleep for building muscle tissue, having already relaxed during your audio journey.