“Paralympian Matt Stutzman, born without arms, has become a world-class archer by shooting with his feet. He trains in remote Iowa, where his only competition is in his mind. So he imagines matches in extreme detail, from the feel of the wind to the sound of a crowd — a technique scientists have shown can register in the brain as if he were physically there.” How An Armless Archer Trains His Brain To Win Olympic Medals. (Back in the day, we used to call this visualization. I’d visualize for hours the night before football practice, and then I’d show up and find myself lined up against my Samoan teammate who would go on to play in the NFL. Practice was never how I pictured it.)

+ The Real Key to Peak Performance, According to NBA Star Giannis Antetokounmpo. “Focusing on the past is ego. Focusing on the future is pride. Focusing on the present is humility.”