What you do over and over, at first adds up, then multiplies, and eventually it has an exponential impact on the end result.
Inside of the mind of every wrestler lurks his demons.
They are the little voices of fear, doubt, and the lack of confidence.
Your mission in a match is to get these little voices inside your opponent’s head to start talking to him.
And to have your opponent believe what they are saying.
Have you ever wondered why two wrestlers can wrestle multiple times with drastically different results? The answer is hidden in plain sight.
If you were to ask anyone what the goal to a wrestling match is, most, if not all, will say “it is to win the match.”
It is not.
Not for the wrestler who aspires greatness.
I needn’t remind you that you didn’t set out to achieve something ordinary. You set out to accomplish something extraordinary.
Therefore it is going to require an extraordinary effort.