What if I told you there was a word that captures the frame of mind you need to be in to perform at your very best? When you internalize it, this is a word that leads to a mind that trusts your training and a body that executes without hesitation or doubt.
If you’re a golfer, you might already know what’s coming.
Commit to the shot. Commit to the pitch. Commit to whatever task you are executing at the moment.
Understanding what it means to commit can be tricky, so it’s helpful to start with what it means to not commit. A lack of commitment means you have a tinge of doubt, you lack a vivid picture of what you’re trying to execute, and as a result you aren’t as aggressive and decisive with your execution. Your clubface wavers, the release of your pitch is slightly off, you are one degree off of where you need to be. And in sport, one degree can make all the difference.
So here are three ways you can be more committed, regardless of your sport/performance arena:Read More