People often ask me what I did to stay in the game when I couldn't train for the first 5 months last year. The simple answer is: visualization. I picture everything, and I mean EVERYTHING. It worked. Ask anyone I have fought since the injury. I am better than before.
Well, I have a new update. The team that I had a tryout with and have been staying with tried to tell me I had to leave on Friday morning because they have another player coming and need my apartment. I told them that I didn't understand why they were doing this when they had [...]
Athlete: Stephen Lambdin Born: 03/09/1988 Age: 21 Sport: Taekwondo Level: World Competitions Position/Weight: Heavy (Over 84kg/185lbs) Experience: Multiple time USA National Team Member Current team: USA U24-National Team, Team Jirro Current Goal: 2010 US OPEN Champion More about me: My parents have told me that as soon as I could walk, I was constantly kicking [...]
For as long as I can remember, Hockey has been the passion that drives my life. Since the day I first laced up my skates in the 3rd grade, I have been addicted, driven, focused and one track minded about being a professional hockey player.
As Mental Trainers, we get to work with the best of the best. Guess what? Even the best find themselves on an occasional roller coaster going from extreme highs to extreme lows. We've asked a few MTI clients, with particularly compelling stories, to participate in our Saga Blog. There is much you will learn as [...]