Braintunes is a tool to train the mind of a fighter to focus, stay calm, confident and in control. The typical fighter will allow their focus to be distracted leading to an uncontrolled adrenaline overload, resulting in a general fatigue, nervous system deregulation and loss of strength and agility often referred to by athletes as being "flat". As any trainer or professional fighter will attest, it is very important to stay focused, control and conserve energy and aggression to be utilized at appropriate opportunity during the fight. This product will force you to focus on these important factors as well as be your visualization guide to your mental "training session".
If you’re like most people then some of the time you have victorious thoughts and the other half is defeating; usually more than half. The reason for the defeating thoughts is not your fault, it is because we all experience fear, and this can cause us to focus on the negative, and this can be bad because of a basic law in life, the law of attraction. A man gets what he thinks about! Particularly when you are in a relaxed state, the subconscious accepts thoughts to the point that it can’t tell the difference between what is imagined and what is reality, and the body is affected in the same way.
"Your life is what your thoughts make it."
- Marcus Aurelius
"Whether you think you can or think you can't - you are right."
- Henry Ford
"Champions aren't made in the gyms. Champions are made from something they have deep inside them -- a desire, a dream, a vision."
- Muhammad Ali
"The greatest efforts in sports came when the mind is as still as a glass lake."
- Timothy Gallwey
Many of the best combat sport trainers have said that 10-20% of success in those sports comes from physical factors and 80-90% comes from mental factors. Pat Miletich said it about MMA, Freddie Roach said it about boxing, and Dan Gable said it about wrestling. That's a huge percentage to leave to chance!
The highest level athlete will attest that visualization of the event from beginning to end and repetitively going over various scenarios that may occur will prepare an athlete's mind for optimal performance and greatly increase success.
There are few, if any other sports that compare to fighting with regard to the the infliction of pain on its participants resulting in higher level of mental stress on the athlete. Your mind must be trained to handle this stress through visualizing without distraction. Visualization is more important in the fight game than any other.
It is a fact that psychological factors are critical for effective combat sport performance. It is time to reach your full potential!
Get the edge on your competition and GET YOUR HEAD RIGHT!
"The mind is what separates the competition."
- Marcus Aurelius