Much of sports psychology originated from Eastern philosophy and spirituality. Below is a saying I recently came up with, which was inspired by Chinese Zen Master, Yunmen.

If you walk, just walk.
If you play tennis, just play tennis.
If you work, just work.
If you study, just study.
If you sit, just sit.
But don’t wobble.

What does this saying mean?

It means, do one thing, and do one thing well. Stay in the present moment, and stay focused. Don’t worry about what you’re doing later, what you’re going to have for dinner, or what movie you might want to see.

Stay in the moment, that’s all you need.

Thanks for reading.

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