In this part of the course you will learn crucial elements of the theory that guides the Sparring-Mind process. While, of course, practice is essential, theory is important too. Everything I teach in the inner game for sparring can be summarized with these four letters, G.A.M.E.
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.
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.
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