Calvin Strachan | The “Not-So” Secret of Olympic Athletes
Over the span of my career I've held many roles, most of which required me to perform under massive pressure.
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The “Not-So” Secret of Olympic Athletes

Do you ever wonder what it would be like to be super human?

To be able to do the seemingly impossible.

I remember reading an article a few years ago that proposed that our fascination with professional sports and especially the Olympics, has to do with our attraction to witnessing seemingly super human behaviour.

When you think about Usain Bolt and how he dominates the 100m or Michael Phelps's reign in the swimming pool, it hints at the notion of super human performance.

So, what’s the secret to their performance? And even though we may not be Olympic athletes, can we tap into their secret formula?

There is a “Not-So” secret ingredient that is a huge component for the most dominant athletes. It’s incredibly powerful and it’s been well established by performance psychologists and sports psychologists for decades.

Honestly, it’s not woo-woo, or corny or pump up.  The very best Olympic athletes of our time use this and you can too.

In this video I breakdown the secret and provide evidence of the results that it has created for others.

It worked for them and it can absolutely work for you too!

Find a way to win!

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