Good Reads on the Mental Aspects of Sport Fighting

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Mental Aspects of Sport Fighting Edit

A good sport is one who wins without effort and loses without pleasure. A true warrior should never boast of his victories or excuses for his defeats.

Whatever the mind can conceive and believe, the mind can achieve.

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Enemies have the greatest power to change you one because you care about them and two because you have to beat them.

Choose your problems because you will become what you think about all day long.

Respect all people and help the less fortunate whenever possible.

Sources & references used in this article:

Talent development gamification in talent selection assessment centres by C Tansley, E Hafermalz, K Dery – European Journal of Training and …, 2016 – emerald.com

‘Fighting is the Most Real and Honest Thing’ Violence and the Civilization/Barbarism Dialectic by JJ Brent, PB Kraska – British journal of criminology, 2013 – academic.oup.com

She’s a knockout!: A history of women in fighting sports by LA Jennings – 2014 – books.google.com

Sport psychology: A student’s handbook by MB Poliakoff – 1987 – Yale University Press