Peak on demand-A A +A
Wednesday, July 4, 2012
WE THOUGHT we had a good performance. And in many ways, it was, although not in the way we anticipated it at the outset. Most athlete competitors think this way; they anticipate the outcome of a contest confidently knowing how well they performed.
“Consistent winning” is a prerogative of all athletes, because it provides the athlete a track record that bolsters his personality, confidence and capability. On the other hand, “Consistent Winning” in a broader sense does not only mean winning in competitions. It means consistently winning over you.
Imagine attaining peak performance whenever you want! An excellent performance rating in a marathon race, or dictating a fight in a boxing match, or orchestrating a basketball game etc., these are actually scenarios where athletes unleash their potentials to peak in their performance, but still goes back to the basics. TRAINING!
A fascinating theory that challenges the conventional ideas of training is that “what the mind can do, the body follows”, considering this theory can be a remarkable training idea that can improve and innovate your training program, it will be helpful in channeling the athletes psychological, physiological strengths and his physical abilities to achieve peak performance.
Peak on demand is a two way process for an athlete to achieve “Consistent Winning”. Peak on demand, stresses that the athlete should be able to have a revolutionary training and workout system which will help in unlocking the natural process that the body needs to follow, to keep healthy, injury-free, and fine-tuned.
Peak on demand when training teaches the individual to apply mental techniques to boost performance by streamlining their workout that which provides the athlete a simple approach to understand why and how performance peak occurs and how to achieve them each time you train.
The concept of peak on demand however, on actual contests is to outpace your opponent and the competition itself, it is where you can put what you have learned from training to actual practice. It is where your mental capabilities work with your physical prowess.
The demand for athletes to peak in actual competition is so great, because it is how everybody sees’ it. It is expected that an athlete performs 100% in a given contest as the only way to consistent winning. And to achieve the performance wanted by athletes, one must learn the trick of timing, because how you train is less important than when you train, it is actually giving yourself the training base you need to catapult you again and again as your peak progresses to be able to prepare yourself in competitions, and quickly bounce back to your next efforts.
Published in the Sun.Star Baguio newspaper on July 05, 2012.