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Want to learn how to think like a champion and train like a warrior?

Then this extraordinary Sports Psychology - five book bundle will help you develop a strong mindset so that you can develop a strong athletic body! 

Sports Psychology includes five books. 

The first book, Mental Toughness, will teach you how to develop: 

  • A Warrior Spirit
  • Mental clarity
  • Intuition
  • Razor Sharp Concentration
  • Leadership Authenticity
  • Self-awareness

The second book, Intermittent Fasting, will teach you:

  • What Intermittent Fasting is
  • Fasting schedules and methods
  • About nutrition and simple meal plans
  • Fasting tips and strategies 

The third book, Bodybuilding, teaches you: 

  • How to develop a well-proportioned, amazing looking body like the Ancient Greek Gods
  • About workouts, exercises, and daily training the Ancient Greek Gods performed every day.
  • An eight week Greek god training program 
  • About nutrition and the kinds of foods the ancient Greek gods used to eat 

The fourth Book, Strength Training, teaches you:

  • How to go from a beginner strength training athlete to an advanced strength training athlete 
  • The amazing Five-by-Five Workout Program

The fifth book, Body Weight Training teaches you:

  • Beginner, intermediate, and advanced calisthenics' exercises
  • Various workout routines for a 12-week body transformation

So do you want to learn how to think like a champion and train like a warrior?

Then buy this amazing Sports Psychology - five book bundle now!

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Applicable to many areas of life!

Intermittent fasting is a way of eating to ensure that you get the most out of every meal you eat.

The core tenants of intermittent fasting mean that you don’t need to change what you are eating.

Instead, you must change when you are eating it.

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Five-by-Five Workout Program

Alot of the information explained in this five book bundle audiobook, i have previously been taught, but have used it as a revision tool to revisit and relearn topics. Honestly i felt the narration (tone of the voice) sent me back to highschool, and forcing myself to pay attention to the important information being told, taking notes helped to understand better. The course is a great introduction to the topic of "Sports Psychology for Athletes" and now looking further into different aspects to develop my understanding

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The audiobook help me understand the concept of sports psychology to a basic standard also to see what sports psychology is all about. Am really enjoying to course its a lot of fun to learn about . what i hope to gain from course is to improve myself as a gym instructor and strength and conditioning coach in the future fun course i would recommend it to anyone looking to get an basic understanding of sports psychology

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It’s right on.

I've taken quit few of Epic's courses so called Keto Diet for Beginners: Burn Fat with the Ketogenic Diet, as well as Keto Fitness: The Ketogenic Diet, Intermittent Fasting, and Strength Training, Mental Toughness, Peak Performance etc and have enjoyed most of them. He has an excellent way of conveying the information without it being drawn out. He also make counts on customers opinions with technical issues.

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Helped me perform at my highest level ever

One way to overcome this is to set your alarm a little earlier in the morning and make the conscious choice that no matter how you are feeling, you will get up, get your exercise in, and eat a proper breakfast. After a while, you will not have to even think about it and you will notice that if you skip a day, you will not feel as great as the days when you are working out.

Barbell training is best for strength training but requires traveling to the gym three times a week. If you foresee this being an issue, choose something else more realistic for you.

Remember that no matter which type you choose to be your main, a wellbalanced, functional body is made by blending all three types of training.

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Yes, it's a good start

This course was wonderful, Epic Rios is very easy to follow as he is clear and to the point with very good advice. It was easy to follow and I really enjoyed all the new information I received on the matter. Definitely worth doing this course if you wish to know more about intermittent fasting and all the benefits!

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It is through and to the point.

The hypnosis tracks are almost similar. The content of the course isn't that great. Not recommended if you are trying to learn things as a beginner, intermediate, or advanced.

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Good introductory capsule...

congratulations!! although I am new to the idea of meditation...I can clearly see the benefits and merit for its use. The manual, as with all your courses is a comprehensive and indispensable reference to dip into from time to time.

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Good read, kept my interest.

Making sure you eat healthily can be difficult if you are the type of person who has never watched what they ate but it will play a crucial role during your strength training regimen. It affects everything in your day to day quality of life, from energy, to having healthy skin, to also maintaining a healthy digestive tract. It is recommended to eat every 3 hours to keep your metabolism up and to also ensure you are having an adequate intake of calories. It is especially important to have enough calories throughout the day since you will be burning a lot during your workouts. The goal is to gain muscle, not just to lose weight. That will come with the workouts as you replace unwanted fat with muscle. You will also feel less hungry throughout the day. By replacing larger meals with smaller ones more periodically throughout the day, your stomach will shrink in size. You will also have fewer cravings because your body will not become so hungry that you feel the need to stop at the closest vending machine to load up on junk food. If you eat on a routine basis your body will become used to eating at those times. So say you generally wake up at 6 am, you would then make a routine to eat at 8 am, 12 pm, 5 pm and maybe again at 8 pm. The first step to eating healthy is to begin with eating a nice healthy breakfast. When you do so, you will gain energy for the first hour and you will be less hungry throughout the day.

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Calming the mind, fortifying a confident mindset

One of the most important things to remember is that you need to get comfortable being uncomfortable.

Not allowing yourself to stay inside of your comfort zone is going to make it to where you are able to build your mental toughness easier.

Mental toughness is not going to come to you overnight nor is it going to inspire you one day and be gone the next. It is something that you are going to have to work at and build every day.

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  • 11-16-20

average

Struggled to finish, some great content but delivery let's it down. Unfortunately would not recommend.

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Make your game better!

There are a few psychologists that are arguing that there are different definitions when it comes to mental toughness and how it is developed.

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  • 06-29-20

Creating a Healthier Future for our Children!

Bought this for my teenage son as he has developed an interest in Psych and is very into sports. He said he really enjoyed reading it.

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dissapointed

misleading title.
poor information, little insight, very badic and lacks actual recommendations.
most fitness information was outdated.
narrator sucks.