"Aristotle said that man is a "social animal" and a "linguistic animal." This convention is so anchored in our perception that it is hard to believe when psychologists claim that 90% of our communication is not verbal at all".
"In most cases, the reasons that a player showed up for the game lacking confidence or not concentrated can be attributed to his mind set and precisely because of that he can do a lot to change this situation".
"Bruce McEwen, Neuro-Endocrinologist, explains in his book: " The End of Stress As We Know It", that we are able to bring ourselves to a state of madness only by the use of thoughts, despite the absence of any apparent threat".
"The enormous impact of using imagination on performance stems from the fact that our mind sometimes does not distinguish between reality and imagination..Therefore even though we imagine, the brain operates some of the neurological systems, which are used when the exercise is done for real".
Coaches use to say that you cannot teach talent. Either you have it or you don't. This is true, but think how many talented football players work hard and still are not able to utilize their talent potential to the fullest?
"Training the cognitive systems, in conjunction with carefully adjusted to the sportsman motorial-sensual work, can decrease to a minimum the dependency of a player in external stimulations and enable him greater regulation and self control".