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04-03-2012, 05:21 AM #1
sports psychology 101: playing to the level of your competition
I had a coach who used to say, "sometimes if you set the bar too low, you'll trip over it."
That is to say, we need a certain amount of inspiration to become mentally and emotionally activated for the task at hand.
Has anyone here been beaten by a way lesser opponent because you couldn't even force yourself to care?
How about playing the best game of your life because the other side was way out of your league, but you still managed to hang on?
I think this is the big life lesson from playing competitive sports.
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