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GAME TIME

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NIGHT BEFORE

Countdown

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PRE-GAME

Breathe, Stretch, Shake, Let it Go

  1. Breathe. 4 in, 4 hold, 4 out, 4 hold repeat
  2. Stretch. We do this so you don’t look crazy shaking!
  3. Shake. As your are bent over stretching your hamstring, tense all your muscles – everything in your body – until you are shaking. Do this for 10 seconds. You don’t have to worry about breathing during this. And when you stand back up…
  4. Let it go… go loose.

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MORE HELPFUL NOTES

  1. Make a quickcheck you are at 7.5 while you warm up.
  2. Start in close and then move out
  3. Dno’t worry about your form. No is the time to trust your hard work.
  4. On any miss in warmups, “Clear” it out and feel and see a Mental Swish.

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IN GAME NOTES

Offense: Play at 7.5

Defense: Play at 8.5 on the ball/9.0 off the ball

Flood your mind

  • If you are more kinesthetic or visualize, then flood your mind with mental swishes during time outs, between quarters, or even during free throws.
  • If your mind is more verbal in nature, keep repeating positive the master mantra
  • “I’m always in the zone, I’m always on fire.”
  • This is very near to not thinking – it becomes a part of you. You can also repeat the Zone Manta: “No past, no future; no outcome, no results.”

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THE SECRET/ZONE MANTRA

This is for more advanced players. It seems to really ehlp once you have instilled into your body the idea 7.5 and and 8.5/9.0 menality. And that relaxing before the game become second nature.

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PRO-TIPS

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If you still feel pressure before the tip-top, stop doing the blackboard drill and substitute this instead.

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