Sean is coming off of one of the biggest fights of his career where he dominated Kelvin Gastelum (and earned Performance Of The Night)!
Sean gives a behind-the-scenes look at his mental preparation and shares how it’s transformed his fighting career.
- The tipping point when Sean knew he needed a mental coach
- How you can lose a fight before it has even started
- Fighting not to lose vs fighting to win vs. fight cause you love to fight
- The danger of expectations vs the freedom of execution
- Having something to go to when it gets hard, cause it will get hard
- The importance of fighting your fight and how ultimate effort is ultimate victory
- The power of IDGAF
- How to make a loss the best thing that ever happened to you
- Where his belief comes from vs where it used to come from
- The dangers of outcome based thinking
- How and why he calls Success Hotline
- How and why he listens to MPD Podcast
- How and why he does Concentration Grids to train fight day focus
- How and why he keeps a detailed Success Checklist
- Why he touches Brian’s 30 Day Athletes Program on a daily basis.
- Why he choose Brian Cain as his mental coach
- Affirmation training and the custom affirmations he engrained into his self-talk for this fight
- Training his affirmations with cold tank training and sauna work
- The importance of the deep breathe and why he uses meditation to develop mind control
- Why he watches a mind movie as a part of his training
- How he uses mental imagery and visualization
- Fight day simulation and walking through the walk out in training
- What it’s like getting inside the UFC Octagon and his pre-fight routine
- The importance of controlling what you can control
- Sean’s answer to the million dollar question
- And more…
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