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Category Archives: Coaches Corner Blog

Keep your goals to yourself

Keep your goals to yourself By Derek Sivers Everyone, please think of your biggest personal goal. For real -- you can take a second. You've got to feel this to learn it. Take a few seconds and think of your personal biggest goal, okay? Imagine deciding right now that you're going to do it. Imagine telling someone...
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Sleeping for Peak Performance: Overrated or Underrated?

Sleeping for Peak Performance: Overrated or Underrated? By Dr. Noa Kageyama We seem to live in a culture that values working over sleeping. Graduate students brag about all-nighters and get a guilt-trip for not working 80-100 hours per week, medical residents apparently fall asleep while operating on patients, and young business professionals compete to see who has the...
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5 Characteristics of a Successful Wrestling Mindset

5 Characteristics of a Successful Wrestling Mindset By Jeff Zannetti 1. Passion- The best wrestlers love what they do period. More than just winning, they love to train, they love to compete, they love the grind. I talked with Olympic silver medalist and MMA fighter Matt Lindland this weekend and he told me that his mental edge is...
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Off-Season Motivation and Mental Preparation

Off-Season Motivation and Mental Preparation By Dr. Michelle Cleere You are coming to the end of your season and may be wondering how to stay motivated until next year. This is a good time to reflect on what you need to do to improve your overall performance for next year. It is during these periods of reflection...
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Top 10 Biggest Mental Mistakes

Top 10 Biggest Mental Mistakes a Wrestler Could Make & Corrections By Gene Zannetti Z-Fanatical Fitness 1. Getting involved in the hype. Reading the papers and/or forum. Leave this to the spectators, after the season you can read your articles. 2. Associating with negative people and small-time thinkers. These people will only slow you down. Keep your distance...
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Stop Thinking “Can I?” and Start Thinking “HOW Can I?”

Stop Thinking “Can I?” and Start Thinking “HOW Can I?” By John C Maxwell At first glance, the questions Can I? and How Can I? may appear to be very similar. However, the reality is that they are worlds apart in terms of results. Can I? is a question filled with hesitation and doubt. It is a...
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