MOTOMENTAL™ Mastery is all about mastering the body / mind connection to maximize performance and enjoyment in your favorite motor sport.
You already know that motorcycle riding and racing, whether on dirt or pavement, is physically demanding and extremely competitive. And with so much at stake, every element of the race effort has to be dialed in and fully ready to perform at the limit, lap after lap; and that includes the rider.
Handling a big, powerful motorcycle around a racetrack is physically exhausting. It is at times mentally exhausting as well. So the rider with a bit more physical strength, more endurance and a stronger mindset than the rest could have just the edge he needs to win, especially in a sport where fractions of a second separate winners and losers.
So to be competitive in this day and age of motorcycle racing, being in superior physical shape isn’t optional; it’s actually a required part of the job. And so is being in superior mental shape.
Daniel Sweet is the Founder of the MOTOMENTAL™ Brand
You’re MOTOMENTAL if you love riding. You can’t get enough of it. If you love testing your limits and then pushing them just a little farther. Then you do whatever it takes to be on your bike for as long as you can, as often as possible.
“I’m a dirt biker. Been riding since 1978. Love it. Live it. Breath it. Crash, almost die, come back from it. Again and again. People say I must be mental for doing that. Then so be it… I’m Moto-Mental!”
– Daniel Sweet
It’s like what Supercross rider Joey Savatgy says,
“We have years of training and preparation. You wouldn’t go play an NFL game if you never played football before. As for the risk, yes, there are always butterflies and the unknown. But that’s how you know you’re alive. Truly, this is what we live for.” – Joey Savatgy
Some people get it (like we do), and some people don’t (like non-rider friends and family).
This Mastery course is for you whether you race professionally or for fun on a local district circuit, or just ride fast with friends at the track or desert. You want to be the best you can be and you THRIVE on that. You have the riding skills and muscle tone to go the distance. So now it’s time to get your mind in shape. Master your MOTOMENTAL tendencies.
Here’s an example: Rider Rob can rip down straights and climb hills like a billy goat. But then there’s the triple jump everyone is hitting except him. Something is holding him back. What is it?
Another example: Schwifty Sue is great on hard pack and in the rocks but when it comes to sand she totally freaks out. Why?
Supercross rider Justin Brayton knows why.
“Do people around me worry? I’m sure they do. People say, ‘Why do you do that? You have two kids.’ Honestly, when I put my helmet on, that’s when I feel the most safe. I’m comfortable and in my element. When you prepare your body and your mind, you just go out and perform.” – Justin Brayton
It’s all mental. Brayton says “…prepare your body AND YOUR MIND”. Because you can learn and practice skills. And you can get a bike that goes everywhere and has the right tires for that terrain. But if your mind is not up to the task then you’re not going anywhere.
Let us help you get there.
“Anybody would look at this and say, ‘Holy crap, that’s crazy what they’re doing out there,’ but the truth is they know what they’re doing,” said Ricky Carmichael, a seven-time champion who is considered the best Supercross racer of all time.
“They are in control. Of course, they are taking a risk. But they are so good and things are so competitive, it just becomes a focus on the racing.” -Ricky Carmichael
A FOCUS on the racing he says. Imagine how much greater of a rider you could be if only you could improve your FOCUS. Maybe the next Ricky Carmichael? It could happen. But you’ll never know until you master your MOTOMENTAL mindset.
Embrace a big-picture view of mental fitness and its impact on your life. Don’t just think of physical exercise as a way to improve your riding, lose weight or improve your cholesterol levels. Go beyond that and realize how much more focused you can be while riding, or at work, and with your loved ones. Think about how much money you’ll save from fewer trips to the doctor just by having your mental game tight!
MotoGP Racer Bradley Smith agrees on focus and mindset being key to a winning attitude.
“If a crash plays on your mind and you hesitate it is not possible to race at your top level. Even a hundredth of a second can separate the riders so you have to have a clear mind so you can go out there and race.”- Bradley Smith
Think of this course as your very own “How to” guide on self Mental Mechanics. You’ll tune up and dial in your brain for a “whole nutha level” of riding that you never thought possible for yourself.
Justin Brayton goes on to say,
“The biggest thing is timing. The jumps are totally second nature. If you land 2 feet too short or 2 feet too longer, it’s going to be a bad day. But when you feel completely ready, physically and mentally, you just do your thing.” – Justin Brayton
So according to the pros, when you are completely ready physically AND MENTALLY, you just do your thing.
How great is that?
Now is the Time to Enhance and Improve Your:
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Schedule your free call today by text or email. Let me know you want the free call. Then we’ll set up a time that works for both of us.
Daniel Sweet, NLP
Phone (442) 273-0073