The Sparring Mind
This course is completely downloadable and consists of the following:
- A 94 page workbook in PDF format that covers all the tools, and theory.
- A worksheet booklet so you can make notes, and develop your own inner game plan.
- A 7 Part video series, that supplements the entire course (total running time 60min).
- Free lifetime updates after purchasing the course. All courses are always being updated and improved on.
Part 2 - MindBody Integration
While the experience of the ‘mental game’ may be immediately evident in your ‘head’ the seat of all your thoughts, it is a key point to understand that the brain and body go together. What affects one, does so to the other.
Part 3 - Grounded Thinking
Thinking isn’t inherently bad, but what you focus on can be. Reflecting on past mistakes, or planning for the future are crucial for long term achievement. But when it comes to sparring performance, in the moment, when it matters most, past and future can get you into trouble.
Part 4 - Attitude Embodied
Understanding the theory behind the mindbody connection is key to developing a correct mindbody attitude that leads to peak performance in your sparring game. Simply put, Attitude Embodied means that just as the way you think affects the way you move and perform — the way you move affects the way you end up thinking.
Part 5 - Mindfulness-in-Action
All inner game training ultimately leads to the ability to be mindful in the midst of someone trying to punch you in the face (aka mindfulness-in-action).
Part 6 - Exhale
Breathing shouldn’t only be seen as something a person does simply to stay alive, but rather, and equally important something they need in order to act.
Part 7 - Conclusion
You have to approach your inner game training as you approach your physical game training. Whatever training time you have for your physical game in a given week, you are going to need to more than double, or even triple that for your inner game.