Thursday, May 2, 2013

Use Visualization to be a Better Player

One of the best ways to prepare for a game is visualizing what the game will go like. Close your eyes and imagine your perfect game and everything you’d like to do during that game. The more detailed the visualization is, the more likely it will happen in the real game. Your brain cannot tell the difference between you setting a perfect pick and simply imaging setting a perfect pick. Visualization will prepare you to play live in the game and do the things you want to do. If you want to remember every play you might run you’re your team, then go through the plays in your head before the game.

Great coaches like Phil Jackson, multiple NBA championship coach, encouraged his players to practice visualization before playing big big games.

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