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Competition Preparation Masterclass by Matt D'Aquino
Mental Training Strategies Specifically For Combat Sports: From A Judo Olympian
- Now you can know exactly how to compete, skipping years of trial and error experience and frustration, with insights from an Olympian.
- Train your mind for the hard parts of competing with Matt’s strategies on how to get in the right mindset to perform your best.
- Prepare your mind and train to win with a complete competition masterclass from judo Olympian Matt D’Aquino.
- Starting with the right reasons behind competing, you can enter into any tournament day with the motivation that will fuel you the best.
|module 1 introduction and competition specific training||0 - 10:37|
|module 2 why you should compete in competitions||10:37 - 21:45|
|module 3 what makes a champion||21:45 - 34:50|
|module 4.1 diet and cutting weight||34:50 - 44:27|
|module 4.2 how to choose the correct weight division||44:27 - 47:17|
|module 5 what to pack on competition day||0 - 8:12|
|module 6 getting to and from a competition||8:12 - 13:22|
|module 7.1 what to do before a competition||13;22 - 17:14|
|module 7.2 two week comp prep training blueprint||17:14 - 19:27|
|module 8 what to do after weight in||19:27 - 24:15|
|module 9 competition strategy||0 - 38:59|
|module 10 what to do after a competition||0 - 3:12|
|module 11 a stalking book||3:12 - 5:20|
|module 12 general competition focuses||5:20 - 8:37|
|module 13.1 Be-a-good-liar||8:37 - 12:02|
|module 13.2 Coach and player relationship on competition day||12:02 - 15:08|
|module 13.3 Being-selfish-2||15:08 - 18:31|
|module 13.4 Motivation-comes-from-within||18:31 - 23:06|
|Module 14 How to manipulate referees||23:06 - 25:49|
|Module 15 How to help teenagers handle competition pressure||25:49 - 48:13|
|Conclusion||48:13 - 49:02|